*Amy Cooper, the NYC woman who made headlines for calling the police to falsely claim she was being threatened by “an African-American man,” is catching heat once again over her wacky, #clowngirl antics.
A recently released New York Times article about Cooper’s now-viral video moment in the park, spilled a little extra tea about her personal life.
“In a legal filing that reads more like a soap-opera script, Amy Marie Cooper says she dated Martin Priest, 36, for four years but claims she had no idea he was still living his wife Tianna, 32, at the time,” the story reads.
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It goes on to say that the two parted ways until Priest resurfaced years later in trouble. Apparently, he had yet another lover, who he had gotten pregnant, and he needed $65K “to protect himself and his children from his wife and pay Carrie to abort her unborn child.”
Cooper proceeded to lend her old flame the money as a loan, but Priest used it to divorce his wife and run off with the pregnant girlfriend, according to a lawsuit by Cooper.
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Bitch, why the New York Times went and spilled all of Amy Cooper’s tea like this?https://t.co/FknXoJLW2r
— nefertiti patrice pelosi (@writerbxtch) June 16, 2020
finding out that amy cooper ( the woman who called the cops on that guy in central park ) PAID A MAN 65K to leave his WIFE and to pay for the abortion of ANOTHER WOMAN and then him taking the money and getting w/ a brand new woman has really been the highlight of my week so far
— ? (@bspelleer) June 17, 2020
Now that she’s back in the headlines, people are roasting Cooper on Twitter for giving her married ex-lover $65k to divorce his wife AND pay his mistress to have an abortion.
In related news, earlier this month, Gov. Andrew Cuomo called on state lawmakers to pass the “Amy Cooper” bill, making it a hate crime when 911 callers make a false accusation based on race, gender or religion.
The New York Post reports the legislation was first introduced in 2018, and carried by Assemblyman Felix Ortiz (D-Brooklyn).
“We’ve seen 911 calls which are race-based, false calls. A false 911 call based on race should be classified as a hate crime in the state of New York,” Cuomo said.
A California lawmaker has proposed a similar law.