Jay Bromley won’t face attempted rape charges

New York Giants defensive tackle Jay Bromley will not face charges after being accused of attempted rape last month, according to The New York Daily News.

The woman who accused Bromley said that the two agreed to meet at Bromley’s New York City hotel room and certain financial terms were agreed to regarding what was acceptable and what was not. The woman claimed that after the initial sex act, Bromley tried to take things further and she said no. Everything ended with her jumping on the hood of his car and falling off as he drove away.

Bromley said from the get-go that the woman was trying to extort him and that nothing happened that wasn’t 100 percent consensual. Based on how the New York City Police Department has concluded that “no criminality” happened, it’ll be hard to claim otherwise.

“As we stated from the outset, the allegations against Mr. Bromley were completely false,” Bromley’s lawyer Alex Spiro said. “Today, Mr. Bromley has been officially cleared of all wrongdoing. We are thankful to law enforcement for their efforts, and are hopeful that the focus can now return to Jay Bromley’s remarkable story.”

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