One of former state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s sex accusers has written a memoir about their nightmare relationship — claiming he even threatened to kill her if she ever left him.
Publicly, Schneiderman championed women’s rights, Tanya Selvaratnam says in touting her new memoir, “Assume Nothing: A Story of Intimate Violence.”
But privately, he horribly abused her, says Selvaratnum — who the ex-AG allegedly called his “brown slave” — in a video promotion for the book shared with The Post.
“He was the Attorney General of New York State, and was getting national recognition as a progressive hero and a key ally of the ‘Me Too’ movement,” Selvaratnum wrote, referring to when their relationship started in 2017.
“I was scared to come forward because he had told me he could have me followed. He could have my phone tapped.
“On some occasions, he said if we broke up he would have to kill me.
“But when I found out