Disgraced ex-Dolphins coach ‘used me as his cocaine platter,’ Las Vegas model says

The Las Vegas model who posted a video appearing to show a Miami Dolphins manager snorting cocaine told you he employed her as “his cocaine platter.”

Kijuana Nige, 33, told ESPN Radio on Wednesday that Chris Foerster, the onetime Miami Dolphins offensive word manager, menaced her to frustrate her from talking about his drug use, the Orlando Sentinel reported.

Foerster resigned Monday after the video appeared to show him snorting several wrinkles of a lily-white, powdery substance.

Former Dolphins instruct Chris Foerster was realized on video snorting a lily-white powder. ( AP)

In the video, the man widely designated as Foerster said: “Hey, newborn, miss you, thinking about you. How about me going into a convene and doing this before I disappear? ”

WARNING: VIDEO BELOW CONTAINS PROFANITY

“He mostly referred me a word saying anything I planned to do or tried to harm him will be turned over to his job’s security squad, ” Nige said.

MIAMI DOLPHINS COACH RESIGNS AFTER VIDEO APPEARS TO SHOW HIM SNORTING COCAINE

She added: “After he transported the video, he came off his high and low-key various kinds of peril me if I intention up exposing the information. Before he could do something to me, I felt that needed to be uncovered. In cases where I somehow pop up dead, that storey was still going to get out.”