A married Brooklyn NYPD chief is being investigated after a former cop accused him of sleeping with his subordinates including herself.
Tabatha Foster, who recently left the department, launched a tirade on Facebook calling out Jeffrey Maddrey for ‘chasing married pregnant girls.’
Maddrey, who is the head of the NYPD’s Patrol Borough Brooklyn, is now under investigation after Foster’s rant.
‘Somebody needs to stop chasing pregnant married girls around the department,’ Foster wrote on her now-deleted Facebook page earlier this week.
‘What is wrong with this guy?’
She followed it up with another comment, writing: ‘Jeffrey loves pregnant girls.’
Foster then added: ‘Why are you sleeping with all the police officers on the job when you got one at home? It is outrageous.’
She also admitted to having had a sexual relationship with Maddrey herself, posting a picture of the two of them together with the caption: ‘I appreciate you allowing me to sit on your face.
That’s all it’s good for.’
In another post, she claimed Maddrey had visited her in hospital in order to have sex.
‘When I was in hospital, this fool had the audacity to come for a** while I had IV in my arm [six],’ she wrote.
She also implied that Maddrey had her ex-husband fired and ‘f***** up’ her child support.
Foster’s allegations are being investigated by the NYPD’s Internal Affairs Bureau.
‘The NYPD is aware of the allegations and Facebook posts,’ spokesman J. Peter Donald told the New York Post. ‘The Internal Affairs Bureau is reviewing those allegations.’
Meanwhile, a source close to Maddrey insisted that it was Foster who harassed him.
‘She’s been stalking and harassing him for about two years,’ the source told. ‘She would send him naked pictures of herself to him and beg him to have sex.’
After leaving the NYPD herself, Foster appears to be trying to find fame as an R&B singer, promoting her music using seductive pictures on Twitter, although her account has less than 50 followers.
On Facebook earlier this year, she alleged the NYPD investigated her over a song.
But she has also shared a picture of herself with New York City’s Police Commissioner Bill Bratton, who she describes as a ‘professional and a gentleman.’
Maddrey and Foster could not immediately be reached for comment.