The famed lingerie model has come beneath hearth following the discharge of a surprising report during which firm executives are accused of ‘misogyny, bullying and harassment.’
“Outlander” actress Caitriona Balfe and fashions Amber Valletta and Iskra Lawrence have joined these blasting Victoria’s Secret bosses over their remedy of many ladies who’ve modelled for the corporate.
The celebs have added their names to a listing of over 100 celebrities who’ve signed a letter from the Mannequin Alliance to the famed lingerie model’s CEO John Mehas, following the discharge of a surprising report during which firm executives are accused of “misogyny, bullying and harassment.” It additionally mentions one incidence of sexual harassment involving Bella Hadid.
“When the Mannequin Alliance met with Tammy Roberts Myers, Chief Communications Officer of L Manufacturers in New York Metropolis final September, it was made abundantly clear that Victoria’s Secret doesn’t take these complaints severely,” the letter reads. “In a follow-up e mail she instructed us that Victoria’s Secret was not able to take any concrete steps in direction of addressing these allegations – slightly, the corporate is solely, ‘within the means of continued studying and listening.’ ”
“Within the face of the horrifying revelations from the previous 12 months, this response is completely unacceptable. The time for listening is long gone; it is time for Victoria’s Secret to take motion to guard the folks they revenue from. Human rights violations cannot be stopped with a company rebranding train.”
“We invite Victoria’s Secret to work along with us to handle these issues and to interact in significant motion by becoming a member of the RESPECT Program,” the assertion continues. “We stand with the brave ladies who’ve come ahead and shared their tales, regardless of fears of retaliation or hurt to their careers.”
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