Federal lawsuit: An alleged rape victim is suing the NYPD for $3million after she was plied with alcohol by Det. Lukasz Skorzewski (left) and Lt. Adam Lamboy (right) before on attempted to grope her
Alleged rape victim is a 25-year-old nurse and says the incident with cops took place in July 2013 when they went to Seattle to interview her
Lawsuit describes a boozy night out instead as the officers plied her with rounds of drinks all night
They then took her back to their hotel where one officer climbed in bed with her, trying to grope and kiss her before attempting to have sex she claims
She turned him down and left the hotel, but says cops threatened her
In March 2015 the cops admitted to the wrongdoing and were disciplined with docked pay and vacation days and were also reassigned
An alleged rape victim who was plied with alcohol by two New York cops before one attempted to grope her is suing the NYPD.
According to the lawsuit filed in Manhattan Federal Court on Tuesday, the 25-year-old woman, who is a nurse, is seeking $3 million from the city for NYPD Detective Lucasz Skorzewski and Lt. Adam Lamboy's 'gross and repugnant dereliction' of duty.
The woman says she was attacked by a man in a Union Square apartment in New York City in January 2013 and flew to Seattle, Washington to be with her family after the incident.
She reported the assault to the in June 2013 to the NYPD, who sent 31-year-old Skorzewski and 44-year-old Lamboy to Seattle, Washington to interview her the next month.
The 25-year-old woman, who is a nurse, is seeking $3 million from the city for the officers' 'gross and repugnant dereliction' of duty
However, she says the officers pressured her into drinking with them at a number of bars, including Paddy Coyne's Irish Pub, the Cha Cha Lounge and Unicorn.
Lamboy joked at that time that it was 'OK' and 'we'll protect you,' the lawsuit states.
The officers ended up buying the woman a number of drinks for nine hours, before Skorzewski, a married father-of-two, took her back to their hotel.
During the encounter at the hotel, he allegedly told her 'You're my favorite victim,' according to the lawsuit.
'By midnight, plaintiff indicated she needed to leave because she had work in the morning,' the lawsuit states.
'The officers told plaintiff to call her boss and tell him she could not make it to work and they would 'vouch for her' as police officers.'
The officers reportedly coaxed the woman into spending the night at their hotel, where Skorzewski climbed into bed with the woman, telling her he wanted to kiss her.
The lawsuit states that the woman told him that kissing was inappropriate, but he persistently kissed and fondled her while trying to have sex with her for the next 20 minutes.
'Eventually, plaintiff was able to get out of bed and retreated to the shower where she began to cry,' the lawsuit states.
'When plaintiff returned to the room, she was confronted by Skorzewski who implored plaintiff not to divulge what had just transpired to anyone. 'It can't leave this room,' stated Skorzewski,' according to the lawsuit.
Lamboy and Skorzewski left the woman a threatening message before departing for New York on July 8.
According to the lawsuit, the defendants told the plaintiff that they would investigate her case but that she should not mention the events of their night out to anyone.'
'Lamboy directly warned plaintiff that her 'credibility would be shot' if people found out,' the lawsuit states.
The two officers admitted to wrongdoing in March 2015, but were able to keep their jobs.
They were disciplined by the NYPD - Lamboy had his pay docked and was transferred to a different unit where he then retired and Skorzewski was suspended, demoted and kicked out of the NYPD special victims unit.
A city Law Department spokesman said the city will review the lawsuit once it is served.
The woman claims in the lawsuit that the officers pressured her into drinking at a number of bars, including Paddy Coyne's Irish Pub (above)