Rachel Dolezal once accused her ex-husband of forcing her to take part in a homemade sex tape, Daily Mail Online can reveal.
Dolezal, 37, admitted participating in ‘sexual acts’ on camera with Kevin Moore, who has been pictured in public for the first time since their wedding photo appeared.
However, Dolezal – a serial litigant who resigned her post as leader of the Spokane, Washington chapter of the NAACP Monday – insisted she took part in the video against her will.
The lurid claim was one of a raft of damaging accusations she leveled at Moore, 37, in a bid to deny him access to their young son Franklin. Moore denied the allegations.
Montana-born Dolezal married the African American physical therapist in March 2000 but their marriage ended five years later in a bitter court battle.
Race faker Rachel demanded a divorce, claiming in court documents seen by DailyMail.com that she suffered ‘years’ of ‘physical, emotional, sexual and verbal abuse’ at his hands. Moore has denied her claims.
Dolezal’s evidence referred to ‘video tape made at the request of the defendant which required the plaintiff to participate in sexual acts with the defendant on tape against the plaintiff’s desires’.
She also claimed to have suffered ‘pushing, hair pulling and forcible restraint’, according to the papers filed in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho, where Moore still lives.
His former flame furthermore accused him of being a danger to their son Franklin. The papers reveal that when the boy came home for a visit to his father’s home in 2005 with a bruise on his face, Dolezal immediately reported Moore to the police.
Moore insisted, however, that the child had fallen accidentally, and police never charged him.
The divorce was finalized in April 2005 and the court agreed Moore was a responsible dad who posed no threat to his son, awarding him joint custody of Franklin, who is now 13.
The father and son were seen spending the weekend together, and they enjoyed a tender hug as Franklin was dropped off afterwards at his mother’s house in Spokane.
Rachel’s account of her ‘toxic’ marriage at least has the backing of her brother Joshua Dolezal, 39, who described her relationship with Moore as ‘abusive’ in his memoir.
In the book entitled Down From The Mountaintop: From Belief to Belonging, Joshua describes how the couple eloped before moving into the Dolezal household in Montana.
He claimed he quickly feared that his sister was the victim of domestic violence, saying of Moore: ‘I murdered him hundreds of times in my sleep.’