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Anyone for a threesome? New York City, Police sued after officer Ronnie Santiago, allegedly pestered woman he had arrested, with lewd texts, saying he wanted a “threesome orgy” with her

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Bronx woman sues police dept for out of control conduct of officer after he arrested her, on a shoplifting charge
NYPD officer, Rony Santiago, sent series of vulgar, suggestive texts to, Kammie Sifonte, a Bronx woman her release
22-year-old Sifonte is suing NYPD Officer Rony Santiago, the NYPD and the city for damages ‘in excess of $25,000’ for the ‘extreme and outrageous conduct’
She claims after being arrested for allegedly shoplifting, that Santiago  began contacting her with requests for sexual liaisons
Santiago, 24, asked for sexual favors after he arrested then released her  
He called her phone number, though she didn’t give him the number, Sifonte said
The 22-year-old alleges he sent her message saying he wanted to participate in a ‘threesome orgy’ and that she was ‘thick in all the right places’
The plaintiff’s criminal case was eventually dismissed and sealed
The vulgar and offensive messages came to an end on November 23
Rony Santiago and Kammie Sifonte 3.pngNYPD officer Rony Santiago [right], is being accused of sending lewd text messages to Kammie Sifonte [right], a Bronx woman he arrested for allegedly shoplifting

A New York City police officer is being accused of sending lewd text messages to a Bronx woman after he arrested her for allegedly shoplifting, according to a new lawsuit.
Kammie Sifonte, 22, is suing 24-year-old NYPD Officer Rony Santiago, the NYPD and the city for ‘in excess of $25,000’ for the ‘extreme and outrageous conduct’ which she claims violated her civil rights and caused her emotional distress, according to her lawsuit filed in the Bronx Supreme Court.
Her ordeal began November 21, 2016 when she was arrested by Santiago for allegedly shoplifting at Target. Sifonte was taken to the 52nd Precinct in the Bronx before being released a short time later on a desk-appearance ticket.

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Kammie Sifonte is suing New York police for Santiago’s extreme and outrageous conduct

NYPD Officer Rony Santiago , 24, is being accused of sending lewd text messages to Kammie Sifonte, 22, after he arrested her for allegedly shoplifting. She is now suing him, the NYPD and the city ‘in excess of $25,000’ for the ‘extreme and outrageous conduct’.
She claims that roughly 20 minutes after releasing her on a desk-appearance ticket, officer Santiago began pestering her with a slew of vulgar texts at her, telling her he wanted to participate in a “threesome orgy” and that she was “thick in all the right places,” the Bronx Supreme Court suit alleges.
She didn’t give him her phone number she said, and believes he took it from the paperwork.
Officer Rony Santiago offered to “rub you anywhere you want,” to the plaintiff, according to the suit, filed by her attorney, Henry Bell.

Rony Santiago 6Officer Rony Santiago [photo], offered to “rub you [Sifonte], anywhere you want,” after meeting her through the arresting process

Her ordeal, Sifonte, says,  began November 21, 2016 when she was arrested by Officer Rony Santiago [for allegedly shoplifting at Target], and taken to the 52nd Precinct.
She claims that roughly 20 minutes after releasing her on a desk-appearance ticket, the cop fired a slew of vulgar texts at her, telling her he wanted to participate in a “threesome orgy” and that she was “thick in all the right places,” the Bronx Supreme Court suit alleges.
She didn’t give him her phone number and she believes he took it from the paperwork.
Officer Rony Santiago offered to “rub you anywhere you want,” according to the suit, filed by civil lawyer Henry Bell.

The NYPD officer, told the woman he just booked that he regularly flirts with attractive women he arrests, according to the court filing.
Sifonte, who works as a pet-care specialist, said she reluctantly played along and responded out of fear that Santiago could control the outcome of her criminal case. She said she even texted him a picture of herself. She was worried that if she spurned him, he would testify at her trial and possibly lie, she said.
The criminal case against Sifonte was later dismissed and sealed, according to Bell.
The 22-year-old Bronx woman told the New York Post that the first few messages she received were aggressive, but they weren’t vulgar.
‘You owe me donuts,’ Santiago allegedly wrote. ‘[w]henever you are free let me know…I get off at 4.’
As time progressed, the chase became edgy, Sifonte in her filing claims Santiago began sending her a number of explicit text messages saying he wanted to participate in a ‘threesome orgy’ and that she was ‘thick in all the right places,’ the suit alleges..

Kammie Sifonte and Rony Santiago 1Kammie Sifonte [right], said she responded to the vulgar texts out of fear that the arresting officer, Rony Santiago [left], could retaliate or control what happened to her criminal case

The woman said she responded out of fear that the cop could retaliate or control what happened to her criminal case.

Sifonte, who works as a pet-care specialist, said that she sent him a photo of herself and was concerned that if she ignored him he would possibly lie at her trial.
The officer allegedly sent her a message saying, ‘I think you look better with cuffs on.’
She told the Post that Santiago even threatened to show up at her home for dinner in on text message and in another message he sent a picture of himself in police uniform and allegedly wrote, ‘love a woman who could sit on my face.’
Sifonte said ‘I was shocked and confused,’ at the officer’s conduct.

Ronnie Santiago, NYPD officer accused of sending threesome request to Bronx womanSantiago [photo] allegedly, threatened to show up at Kammie Sifonte’s home for dinner in one text message. He also sent a photograph of himself in police uniform and wrote, ‘love a woman who could sit on my face’

‘It hurts everybody in the community when a police officer does something like this,’ her attorney Henry Bell said.

‘It erodes trust in the community, and that trust is essential.’
Her lawsuit says the vulgar and offensive messages came to an end on November 23.
Bell said that her criminal case was later dismissed and sealed.

 

 

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