The Brooklyn detective who accused his sergeant of shoving her lace panties into his mouth says he’s been shunned by his precinct ever since he reported the incident.
Detective Victor Falcon, 35, claims that Sgt. Ann Marie Guerra, 38, rubbed her panties on his face and tried to stuff them into his mouth screaming ‘They are f***ing clean!’ as the two were in the unisex locker room at the Brooklyn 72 Precinct on October 7.
‘I’m the pariah of the precinct and the NYPD. My career is over,’ he said to the New York Post.
‘Nobody will ever take me seriously…I’m known as the panty-eater. To do my job is impossible,’ he added.
Detective Victor Falcon (middle) filed a complaint against Sgt. Ann Marie Guerra of Brooklyn’s 72 Precinct accusing her of shoving underwear into his mouth. Since his complaint he said he’s become the ‘pariah of the precinct’ and is known as ‘panty-eater’
Following the complaint Guerra was moved to a Manhattan precinct. Falcon claims that’s he’s been abused by Guerra ‘on almost a daily basis’ for five years and the panty incident on October 7 was the last straw
Falcon filed a complaint with the NYPD’s Equal Employment Office on October 24.
In that complaint he accuses his department and investigators of initially ignoring his complaints and leaking embarrassing details to the press.
‘The Department allowed me to be humiliated and that’s what I intend on proving,’ he said.
Falcon claims that’s he’s been abused by Guerra for years ‘on almost a daily basis’. He has worked with Sgt. Guerra for five years in Sunset Park.
The complaint alleges discrimination based on sex/gender, assault and battery, sexual harassment, hostile work environment and ongoing retaliation.
He claims that when he complained to a lieutenant and captain about her ‘sexually inappropriate comments’ and Guerra and Sgt. Johnny Wong in turn targeted him for retaliation.
Falcon said he told co-workers in 2017 that he started dating someone and Guerra quipped: ‘If she doesn’t call you back it’s because you’ve got a little d***!’
At a department Halloween party two years ago Falcon and Guerra posed together. In the photo he was holding a prop penis, claiming the costume was in reference to her ‘little d***’ joke. He believes that the photo was recently leaked in an ‘attempt to publicly shame and discredit him’.
The NYPD officially opened a probe and transferred Guerra to Midtown’s 17th Precinct on October 24
A photo surfaced of Detective Victor Falcon holding a prosthetic penis and posing with Sergeant Ann Marie Guerra at a Halloween bash two years ago. He says the photo was leaked to ‘publicly shame and discredit’ him
The complaint also alleges that Guerra controlled approving overtime and changing detectives’ shifts and deliberately denied Falcon’s shift-change requests to attend custody hearings for his autistic child and delayed approving his overtime requests.
‘In a world where we are looking for gender equality, I was abused for my gender. Picture a male doing that to a female. He wouldn’t have a job anymore,’ Falcon said.
The panty incident on October 7 was the last straw for Falcon.
He was in the squadroom with Guerra, Detective Donna Marie Mazza, and Detective Ioannis Kyrkos when he said ‘You got panties in the locker room and panties in the shower’ as they were discussing hygiene.
The comment allegedly threw her into a tailspin and she angrily grabbed a ‘dark and lacy’ thong and confronted Falcon.
‘I was talking and she put it in my face and started rubbing it in my mouth. I was a deer in the headlights. I kept hearing her say, “They’re f***ing clean,”‘ Falcon said.
The 72 Precinct in Brooklyn has been hit with a slew of other salacious allegations recently including a cop being involved in a prostitution ring and the Deputy Inspector being accused of shaking down a business for $80,000 in plane tickets
The two other detectives were shocked with the outburst.
‘We all looked at each other. Mazza said “What the f*** did she just do” and Kyrkos said “That was disgusting,”‘ he added.
Falcon said the precinct has a culture of ‘you don’t rat.
NYPD opened an official probe on October 24 and Guerra was transferred to Midtown’s 17th precinct. Falcon said she’s calling her reassignment a promotion.
Guerra and Sgt. Wong are yet to comment on the complaint.
The precinct house has had its fair share of scandals recently.
Just last month, precinct Detective Manuel Rodriguez was accused of participating in a prostitution and gambling rung run by a former cop.
He was subsequently stripped of his gun and badge.
Meanwhile, the precinct commander, Deputy Inspector Emmanuel Gonzalez, was sued by a Sunset Park club owner who alleged the cop was shaking down his business to the tune of $80,000 for 11 round-trip tickets to Hurricane Maria-ravaged Puerto Rico.