Model: former Dolphins O-line coach ‘used my body as cocaine platter’

DAVIE, FLA. (WSVN) - A model who posted the video of a former Miami Dolphins offensive line coach snorting a white substance spoke to a local radio station for the first time since the scandal.

Las Vegas model Kijuana Nige was interviewed by The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz, Wednesday morning, which lasted at least 20 minutes. The interview focused on the video Nige posted of former Dolphins offensive line coach, Chris Foerster, snorting three lines of a white substance at a desk.

According to Nige, Foerster used her body as his “cocaine platter.”

The model said in the interview that her reason for releasing the video was to exemplify the inequality in the world. “How was he even given the opportunity to resign?” Nige said in the radio interview. “Seriously, how would you give him the opportunity to resign after having such footage surface in the first place?”

She continued, “Let’s be honest here: If this was an African-American man – not even just an African, he could be a Mexican, anything like that. If you was a minority, they would fire him.”

“It’s kind of like a white privilege, if you want to be honest about it,” said Nige. “It’s a white privilege.”

According to Nige, the two were in a six-week relationship, and Foerster sent her the video from his cellphone. The two met, Nige said, when the team was in California for preseason training in September.

She said they met on several different occasions where she said he used drugs.

“He liked to party. He’s a partier. That’s what he enjoys to do,” said Nige.

Nige said that her and a friend planned to videotape Foerster before the former coach sent the video to the model. “I was surprised,” said Nige. “Like, who would do that?”

Nige adds that if she were getting paid millions of dollars, she would not compromise her job.

According to Nige, Foerster “low key” threatened her after the release of the video. She said that was part of her motivation in case something happened to her.

7News spoke with Dolphins head coach Adam Gase, who said the video is an isolated incident.

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