One woman will never be able to use Uber again after threatening to accuse a driver of rape and assault.
Luckily, the driver captured the majority of their interaction on video.
A bizarre video, which was posted to YouTube on Monday, shows the woman unleashing a racial tirade against the driver — because he didn’t have a charger for her iPhone.
“I’m going to start screaming out the window that you’re raping me, that you raped me,” she shouts in the video during the exchange at the corner of Cypress Ave. and 138th St. in the Bronx.
The driver repeatedly asks her to get out of his car after she begins yelling about “calling the cops.”
After screaming herself hoarse, the irate passenger tells the stunned driver to “get the f–k out of my country.”
“Donald Trump is going to send you and your family back, she blurts out after spewing a flurry of expletives.
A former pal contacted the Daily News, claiming the person in the video is a 21-year-old Bronx woman busted for weapons possession two years ago.
“I used to hang out with her on East Tremont Ave., but she’s got a little too wild,” she said.
The former friend says she immediately recognized the woman when she saw the video. Friends said the passenger goes by “Chastity” on social media.
The News reached a lawyer who represented her in a February drug case. He said he couldn’t be certain that his client was the passenger in the video.
“You better see my s–t,” she told the driver. “I’m in the Daily News.”
The News covered her gun arrest in 2015. She was busted under a different name. The News couldn’t verify the woman in the back seat of the Uber was the same person in the gun collar and is withholding her name.
“The rider’s account has been banned and Uber is looking into this incident,” a company spokesman said.
Let’s just be glad this man had enough sense to record the interaction. There’s no telling how authorities would have handled her allegations.