New allegations emerged this week from the woman who accused two New York City police officers of raping her in September.
According to the New York Post, 19-year-old Anna Chambers recounted the alleged assault during an emotional deposition Friday.
She claimed the officers discussed taking turns in the ongoing sexual assault.
Michael David, the accuser’s attorney, said that as she was in the rear of a police van being attacked by one officer, he told the other to assault her next.
“Now it’s your turn,” the cop allegedly said to his colleague.
David called the act “disgusting” in an interview with the Post.
“They were actually discussing that between them, ‘Now it’s your turn,'” he said.
Until this week’s revelations, David said he did not realize the accused officer, Richard Hall, “did it with such brutal force.”
Hall and his partner, Eddie Martins, both pleaded not guilty to charges of rape earlier this year.
As CrimeOnline previously reported, a group of nine other officers have been accused of trying to intimidate Chambers as she remained hospitalized following the attack.
In addition to the accusation of their brutal conversation, her deposition statement also included claims about other physical abuse she said she endured.
Her hands were uncomfortably cuffed behind her back during the attack, Chambers said.
“She couldn’t breathe,” her lawyer added.
As she recalled the alleged abuse she endured at the hands of the two officers, David said she lost her composure during some of the more disturbing testimony.
“She broke down,” he said. “I thought she was going to collapse.”
[Featured image: Anna Chambers/Twitter]