Two NYPD officers, a sergeant and a police fixer were arrested this week on federal corruption charges, as part of a deep investigation into allegations that cops were accepting bribes in exchange for NYPD escorts, gun licenses, and other favors. This week, the NY Post spoke interviewed a prostitute who says she was hired as part of a successful ploy to bribe cops with group sex. The details served up by the tabloid are, naturally, lurid.

Gabi Grecko, 27, told the Post she was hired by a pair of NYC businessmen to have sex with two cops—NYPD Deputy Inspector James Grant and now-fired Detective Michael Milici—and three other men while onboard a flight to Vegas in 2013. Grecko says she dressed up as a "sexy stewardess," and was led to believe her job was to "[sit] on people's laps and [drink] with them," though she ended up doing a little more than that. "I was doing it while they were in their seats," she said. "It was me on top the whole time. Front, behind, side. They all seemed really comfortable to take their pants off in front of each other and laugh about it. It’s like they’d done this before."

Brooklyn consultant Jeremy Reichberg, who was also arrested this week, was allegedly on the plane. “He wasn’t really part of the action. He was just like setting it up and watching. He got serviced for part of the time, but he was mostly just egging it on and saying nasty comments, instructing me what to do sexually,” she said. "He’d call me a dirty slut while smacking my ass." Grecko added that she wasn't a huge fan of the gang. "They were really creepy and very rude and offensive," she said. "One of them told me that I wasn’t giving a good blowjob,"

The point of all this, aside from providing some tabloid fodder, is that Grecko is cooperating with the feds in their investigation into Grant and Reichberg, the latter of whom served on Mayor de Blasio's inaugural advisory committee. Investigators say that Reichberg and Manhattan real estate investor Jona Rechnitz invited Grant and Milici on a trip to Super Bowl XLVII in Vegas, and hired Grecko to come along with them on the $59,000 jet, paid for by Rechnitz. Rechnitz also allegedly paid for the cops' rooms and meals. In return, Deputy Inspector Grant allegedly performed “numerous official acts” for the two men.

Grecko, meanwhile, was only paid $1,500 for her services—she says Grant handed her the money when he dropped her off in Harlem after the trip, and explained to her that the cops would have paid her more if "our team" had won the Superbowl. “I was really offended, but I didn’t really argue with him. I was really tired. I was just, honestly, really glad the weekend was over and that he was dropping me off. It was one of the worst things that ever happened to me. I was just overcome with relief that it was over.”

It is not confirmed whether Grecko will be called as a witness at a corruption trial. In other news, the Post did a deep dive into her "garish" past, so there's that.