She said the trooper then told her to call the friends she was living with and tell them that a state trooper was coming to the house. She said she then drove home, with the trooper following her.
The woman said that when she got out of her car, she was so drunk she tried to go into the wrong house.
A surveillance video allegedly shows the scene inside the house where the woman was staying with a friend and her friend's husband. It was not clear why the surveillance video was set up.
Clifford, who has several other cases involving alleged police misconduct in the court system, allowed the woman to show part of the grainy video Thursday.
The video segment begins at about 5:30 a.m. A man is lying on a couch smoking a cigarette when a woman and another man apparently in a State Police uniform enter the picture. The woman and trooper greet the man, then go off-screen.
The woman said she and the trooper went into the guest bedroom of the house, where she was forced to perform oral sex on him, then have sex with him.
"I didn't have a choice, they had their 3-year-old son in the house. That's why I did these things," she said. "I was scared and nervous and didn't have anyone to call."
In the middle of having sex, the trooper "started freaking out" she said. He told her he had to get back on duty because he got off work at 8 a.m., she said Thursday.
The woman said she passed out when he left. She said she talked to her friend on Sunday about what she should do, and that she didn't take a shower Sunday. On Monday she talked to her divorce attorney, Shawn Bayliss, who sent her to Clifford. Clifford told her to go the hospital, where a rape kit was performed on her.
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