New York Giants defensive lineman Jay Bromley is not likely to face rape charges, according to Larry Celona and Shawn Coen of the New York Post (Feb. 2).
An investigation by the NYPD believes the sexual act was consensual between Bromley and his accuser.
She reportedly requested a payment of $2,000 from Bromley, which he refused to pay.
"She turned out to be like a prostitute, and that's not what he agreed upon," a source told the New York Post.
After Bromley left the hotel, the accuser followed him outside and claimed to be struck by his vehicle. From there she reported the incident to police, claiming she had been raped by Bromley prior to that.
Surveillance footage would later show the accuser following Bromley out of his hotel room and jumping on the hood of his car once outside.
He is unlikely to face assault charges as well.
Bromley, 23, was drafted in the third-round by the Giants in 2014. He had 19 tackles last season.