Former NYPD Officer Tabatha Foster filed a $100 million notice of claim against the city, citing years of physical abuse at the hands of her NYPD boss.
Court papers document the seven-year romance between Foster and NYPD Chief Jeffrey Maddrey, whom she claims beat her in a Queens Park.
Foster and Maddrey allegedly engaged in sexual trysts at the precinct and at a posh Trump SoHo suite, where they had steamy sex while Maddrey's pal, actor Omar Epps, slept nearby.
“Clearly this woman has problems,” a source told the NY Daily News. “She’s just trying to sell her story. She wants to be the next Beyoncé, and she is going to drag the chief’s name through the mud to do it. It’s wrong.”
The source said Maddrey and Epps are “almost like brothers,” and that he was upset that Foster had dragged the actor into the mess.
Roy Richter, president of the Captains Endowment Association, tells the News that Foster is an unstable woman who stalked and harassed Maddrey for years.
“The chief has years of records that document unwelcome contact from this woman,” Richter said. “He is currently pursuing legal recourse to bring this harassment to an end.”
The source said Maddrey saved text messages from Foster who sent Maddrey naked photos of herself, begged for sex and threatened him.
“It’s about to be a war,” she texted him on Jan. 31.
Court papers detail a violent incident in Tudor Park involving Maddrey, a father of three daughters, and Foster, who was then married and pregnant with her fourth child.
Foster said Maddrey beat her in the park back in December. She said she threatened him with a gun to get him to stop.
“I was so mad, I actually pulled my gun on him and literally had him at gunpoint,” she told The News. “He said, ‘Don’t shoot! Put the gun down!’
“I put the gun down and my ass got beat for real. He choked me up. He threw me from side to side like I was a rag doll.”
The mother-of-4 says that when a patrol officer pulled up to the scene in a marked unit, Maddrey ordered the officer to leave.
“I still kept seeing him after that, like an idiot,” she told The News.
She said Maddrey had an insatiable sexual appetite, and he had a taste for pregnant women who were married.
Foster retired from the NYPD on Aug. 30, 2015, after suffering a stroke.
Maddrey is still on full active duty.
Foster said she's telling her story because she wants others to be aware of Maddrey.
“He’s trying to get it out there that I’m crazy,” she told the News.