After a teenager suffered a gunshot in front of Elizabeth Rosado’s Claremont Village home in August 2014, NYPD Detective David Terrell started on “unwanted and progressively aggressive approaches of a sexual nature,” the mom’s Manhattan Federal Court suit says.
Terrell — who had repeatedly arrested Rosado’s son, Angelo Cotto, 18 — said he would be protected from cops if she gave in to his advances. Rosado did not, the suit says.
The pressure later intensified. The suit says Terrell called Rosado in August 2015 and told her to come to the precinct stationhouse.
“I want to show you something,” the cop is quoted as saying. “Listen, Elizabeth, I know where you live. I want you to come down here so I can show you my d—.”
The city Law Department said that “city attorneys will review the complaint.”Victoria Bekiempis