Police are investigating claims that Giants football player Jay Bromley attempted to rape a woman he met on Instagram.
The incident is alleged to have occurred early Saturday, after 23-year-old Bromley picked up the 26-year-old woman and brought her to the Hyatt Herald Square Hotel in New York City.
The New York Daily News reports:
Once in the room, the woman performed oral sex on Bromley but then didn’t want to go further, sources said.
“At that point, something took place that she didn’t want to take place,” a police source with knowledge of the investigation said.
The woman claimed that Bromley tried to rape her.
According to police reports, the woman jumped on the hood of Bromley's car when he refused to take her home. He allegedly kept driving and the woman fell, injuring her knees and legs.
She was taken to Roosevelt Hospital where a rape kit test was being performed at about 4 a.m., the New York Post reports.
Bromley, a defensive end who signed with the Giants in 2014, hasn't yet been charged. The NFL is aware of the incident, according to ESPN.
"We are aware of the situation and will continue to monitor it," the Giants said in a statement. "We have notified the league office per the league's protocol. We will have no further comment as we understand this is an ongoing investigation."
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