Former Sex Worker Reveals Details Of Alleged Mile-High Group Sex Session With NYPD Police
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There's some shady stuff currently going on in the New York Police Department, with three high-ranking officers being arrested earlier this week on corruption charges.
The corruption scandal is ongoing, and reality TV star and former sex worker Gabi Grecko has added more substance to the scandal, revealing deep detail about her alleged mile-high group sex session with police.
Speaking to the New York Post, Grecko recounted the time she was hired by the NYPD deputy inspector James Grant, detective Michael Milici, and others, to 'entertain' them on a private flight back in 2013.
She said: "It was me on top the whole time. Front, behind, side. They all seemed really comfortable to take their pants off in front of each other and laugh about it. It's like they'd done this before."
Jeremy Reichberg, who is the co-defendant in the deputy inspector's pressing legal battle, acted as the 'director' to the activities.
"He was just like setting it up and watching," Grecko told the New York Post. "He got serviced for part of the time, but he was mostly just egging it on and saying nasty comments, instructing me what to do sexually."
She continued: "I didn't think it would be as extreme as it was, but then because I obviously couldn't get off the plane, I had to do what they were telling me.
"More than one would try to get my attention at once. They were really creepy and very rude and offensive.
"Grant kept shouting: 'Ma'am, I need service over here!'"
"And they were a bit picky. One of them told me that I wasn't giving a good blowjob,"
According to the former sex worker she was called a 'dirty slut' and had her ass smacked by the NYPD employees.
Jeremy Reichberg bought the services of Grecko after he'd met her at Upper East Side hotel party. After walking away from the horrible experience with just $1,500, Grecko decided to stop sex working altogether.
Grecko is now a potential witness in the case against Reichberg and Grant.
Words by Mark McGowan
Featured image credit: New York Post