Man who serves a subpoena to the complaints of teenagers raped by two detectives from the New York Police Department filmed calling her stupid b ****

Chambers posted the video of this man on Wednesday and sent him a subpoena. He stated that he was from the

A teenager who accused two NYPD police officers of posting a disturbing video of a man claiming to be a sheriff's office server refusing to leave his property, before calling her a "stupid b **** "

The short clip, shared by the teenager who is known by the Twitter alias, Anna Chambers, shows the man inside her door, recording it on video. He records it, while she records it in the disturbing exchange.

The as yet unidentified man seems to be preventing him from going up his corridor. He says: "Here is your citation."

Chambers, who is now 19, replies: "Thank you very much, now leave my house."

He refuses to leave and says, "I'm from the sheriff's office and I can do whatever I want."

"This is not harassment? & # 39; Chambers says in the video he posted on Wednesday.

Process server

Process server

Anna Chambers posted the video of this man on Wednesday with a subpoena. He claimed that he was from the "sheriff's office" and, therefore, did not have to leave his property. Chambers is in the middle of a high profile case against two NYPD detectives that she says violated her

Alleged victim of NYPD rape, Anna Chambers (pictured), now 19, shared the video of an unidentified process server at her home, refusing to leave, lying about who she was and then calling her "stupid b ** ** "

Alleged victim of NYPD rape, Anna Chambers (pictured), now 19, shared the video of an unidentified process server at her home, refusing to leave, lying about who she was and then calling her "stupid b ** ** "

Alleged victim of NYPD rape, Anna Chambers (pictured), now 19, shared the video of an unidentified process server at her home, refusing to leave, lying about who she was and then calling her "stupid b ** ** "

resigned NYPD Detective Richard Hall

resigned NYPD Detective Richard Hall

The process server works for the lawyer of now resigned NYPD detective Eddie Martins (pictured)

The process server works for the lawyer of now resigned NYPD detective Eddie Martins (pictured)

NYPD Detectives Accused of Rape: The process server functions for the lawyer of now resigned NYPD detective Eddie Martins (right). Also accused of raping the teenager is a retired NYPD detective Richard Hall (left)

When Chambers, who is off camera, covers his face, the man asks him what he is afraid of.

Then he says: This is not Russia, I'm not the KGB, because Chambers, whose family is from Eastern Europe, tells him again to leave.

"Stupid b ****" you hear the man babbling before the video ends.

In another video obtained by DailyMail.com, which was filmed just before Chambers arrived, the man sat on his porch and shouted at his parents calling them "Russian liars."

Chambers says she was handcuffed and then raped by NYPD Detectives Richard Hall, 32, and Eddie Martins, 37, after they found her and her friends in possession of marijuana in Coney Island on Sept. 15.

She says the two detectives took turns raping her in the back of an unmarked police van after putting her in custody.

The process server was not from the sheriff's office and was sent by the office of Martins 'attorney, Mark Bederow, in an effort to obtain photos of Chambers' dolls that he told the police he was in possession but not yet He delivered.

Bedrow told the Daily News: His lawyer repeatedly asked us to accept the service for the summons. He refused continuously, preferring that we send someone to the house to serve her.

"You have to ask yourself why they would prefer that," he said.

However, Bederow condemned the behavior of the process server.

"The task that was given was to serve the summons," said Bederow. "We did not approve any of the other things that happened."

Chambers' lawyer, Michael David, called the incident "a complete abuse of power" and "disgusting."

"I have asked the New York State Licensing Department to investigate this guy, but we do not know who he is," his lawyer told DailyMail.com.

"He was degrading women, it was anti-immigrant, it was a total abuse of power, one would think that in light of the #MeToo movement they would be more repentant and not act as if they could get away with it," David added.

David says the man showed a badge before the video started. This type could be the application of the law. What he said was degrading to women, and he told a rape victim. "

Narcotics detectives Hall and Martins were indicted in October for first-degree rape, first-degree criminal sex, second-degree kidnapping, official misconduct and related counts for the alleged sexual assault of a teenage girl in the back of his truck on September 15.

Chambers confirmed to DailyMail.com that she is the victim. He also gave permission to publish his photos publicly.

Hall and Martins did not deny the adolescent's allegations and alleged that the three-way sexual acts were consensual.

A press release at the time stated that around 8 pm that day, Martins and Hall arrived at Calvert Vaux Park where Chambers was sitting in her car.

The two detectives observed marijuana in the teenager's cup holder and ordered him out of his car.

When the police asked him if he had any drugs, Chambers admitted that he had marijuana and two Klonopin pills.

Anna Chambers (shown above on Facebook) is the teenager who claims she was handcuffed and attacked inside the police van in September

Anna Chambers (shown above on Facebook) is the teenager who claims she was handcuffed and attacked inside the police van in September

Anna Chambers (shown above on Facebook) is the teenager who claims she was handcuffed and attacked inside the police van in September

Anna Chambers enters Brooklyn Court on June 28 in the case against Edward Martins, also known as Eddie Martins and Richard Hall, two former NYPD agents who allegedly raped her during the drug arrest.

Anna Chambers enters Brooklyn Court on June 28 in the case against Edward Martins, also known as Eddie Martins and Richard Hall, two former NYPD agents who allegedly raped her during the drug arrest.

Anna Chambers enters Brooklyn Court on June 28 in the case against Edward Martins, also known as Eddie Martins and Richard Hall, two former NYPD agents who allegedly raped her during the drug arrest.

Then they arrested her and handcuffed her. Two male escorts who were with Chambers were fired by the police, who asked them to pick her up within a few hours of the 60th precinct.

Then, the agents allegedly told the teenager to tell his friends not to follow his truck.

The press release says that "Detective Martins allegedly told the young woman that he and his partner are 'fanatics' and asked him what he wanted to do to get out of the arrest before the alleged rape. .

At a court appearance last month, Hall and Martins filed a motion to dismiss the case, accusing prosecutors of "disinfecting the truth."

The motion alleged that Chambers was "too tall" to remember specific details of the alleged attack in September.

If convicted of the charges, the former detectives face up to 25 years in prison.

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