(CN) - A transgendered woman claims a former Arizona Cardinals cornerback sodomized her against her will after finding that "her surgically constructed vagina was too tight." It is not clear from the 4-page federal complaint whether the football player knew the woman is transsexual.
In her complaint in Fort Myers, Fla., Federal Court, Angelina Mavilia says that after "what began as consensual sexual activity," Eric Green asked her "whether there was 'anything she wanted to tell him.'"
Mavilia says she "is a male-to-female post-operative transsexual." She claims she met Green at a Scottsdale, Ariz., casino in January 2009.
Mavilia claims that Green took her to dinner, then told her "that he wanted to stop off at his condominium so that he could telephone his dealer, get some marijuana, and get high. Defendant also told plaintiff that he wanted to stop off at his condominium so that he could introduce her to his friend, the Prince of Bahrain."
At the condo, Mavilia says, "Defendant induced to engage in what began as consensual sexual activity. Defendant attempted to have vaginal intercourse with plaintiff but was not able to do so because her surgically constructed vagina was too tight. Defendant asked plaintiff where there was 'anything she wanted to tell him.'"
Mavilia claims Green then held her down "and penetrated her anally against her will."
Afterward, she says, Green became "extremely agitated and threatening, stating, 'This never happened' and 'You better not tell anyone about this.'"
She seeks damages for assault and battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Her lead attorney is Mara Schlackman of Fort Lauderdale.