Supermodel Bella Hadid one among many victims harassed by 'Victoria's Secret' executives

  • Supermodel Bella Hadid one among many victims harassed by 'Victoria's Secret' executives

Supermodel Bella Hadid one among many victims harassed by 'Victoria's Secret' executives

Then, the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show was cancelled in 2019 after more than 100 models made allegations of sexual harassment and abuse.

Razek replied to the Times reporting in an email reading, "The accusations in this reporting are categorically untrue, misconstrued or taken out of context".

Victoria's Secret models were constantly hounded by a creepy executive who made unwanted sexual advances and even once told supermodel Bella Hadid she had "perfect titties", according to a New York Times investigation.

Wexner's representative declined comment to the ABC.

These were the details of the news Victoria's Secret report: Bella Hadid among harassed for this day. "I have been fortunate to work with countless world-class models and talented professionals and I am proud of the mutual respect we have with each other". Several witnesses also alleged instances in which Razek publicly demeaned and shamed women, and retaliated professionally against those who dared file complaints about his conduct with human resources.

Victoria's Secret report Bella Hadid among harassed

Muise's allegations are echoed in similar reports about Razek's behavior at the company, which includes reports of him asking women for their phone numbers, to sit on his lap, and to kiss him, according to the report.

Three L Brands executives told the Times that Wexner was alerted to Epstein's sick and predatory behavior as early as the mid-1990s - but that there was no sign he ever took action. "And anyone who tried to do anything about it wasn't just ignored".

Why it matters: Last week, the WSJ reported Wexner was in talks to step down as L Brands CEO while the company considers strategic alternatives for VS, including a sale.

"It's a company that has long defined femininity and sexiness for generations of women, but despite all that it's a company that really been run by two powerful men who presided over really a toxic culture", says Silver-Greenberg.