Explosive Revelations: NYC Mayor Eric Adams Confronts Decades-Old Sexual Assault Allegations


A former NYPD officer has filed a lawsuit against Eric Adams, the mayor of New York City. The allegations date back to 1993. These allegations could pose a serious issue for Eric Adams.

The complaint was filed under the Adult Survivors Act. The law opened the way for justice to be served in cases of sexual assault that had been pending beyond the statute of limitations.

The plaintiff alleges that Adams assaulted her in an empty lot after she asked him for advice on career advancement. According to the lawsuit, the sexual favor that she received as a quid pro quo from the mayor became an attack when she declined.

A woman sued Mayor Eric Adams in 1993, alleging that he had asked her for oral sex to help with her career. He sexually assaulted the woman when she refused.

In a legal complaint filed on Monday, the woman claimed she had asked Mr. Adams for help after she was passed over for a promotion at the transit police bureau of New York City.

According to the 26-page complaint, Mr. Adams is a policeman. He drove the woman to a vacant lot where he demanded oral sex. When she refused to have it, Mr. Adams made her touch his penis and ejaculated on her leg.

In the complaint, it also stated, “The effects from the sexual assaults, betrayals, and shocking abuses of power still haunt plaintiff to this day.”

Mr. Adams has repeatedly denied that he assaulted this woman. Sylvia O. Hinds Radix of the New York City Corporation Counsel issued a denial.

She replied, “While reviewing this complaint, we deny the outrageous allegations and events described in this document. We expect to be vindicated in court. ”

The plaintiff claims she did not get promoted at Transit Bureau despite passing promotional exams. Adams, a “high-ranking employee”, was told she was the “next in line” for a promotion. The plaintiff then began to talk about her struggles with promotion.

She is also suing the City of New York and the NYPD Transit Bureau for negligence. In addition to retaliation, the plaintiff seeks damages due to gender discrimination and harassment.

Adams said that the incident did not happen and that he “even knows” who is the perpetrator.

It is not just the plaintiff who has filed suit.

In 2008, the plaintiff sued American Airlines and lost. She claimed that an employee was responsible for her falling from a wheelchair and injuring her back.

She sued the Miami-Dade County Public Schools Board in 2009, claiming she was denied compensation after an attack by a school student. She won some procedural actions, but she lost a second court trial.

She also wrote a book teaching readers how to represent themselves in court and file lawsuits. In this case, she has retained an attorney.