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Abercrombie & Fitch slapped with lawsuit alleging sexual abuse of its male models under former CEO

  • Abercrombie & Fitch is being sued for allegedly allowing its former CEO, Mike Jeffries, to exploit men at events he hosted. The lawsuit claims that Jeffries ran a sex trafficking ring, which exploited young men in the hopes of becoming models for the brand.
  • The lawsuit, seeking class action status, alleges that Abercrombie allowed similar events to happen to over a hundred other victims. Under Jeffries' leadership, the company gained notoriety for its sexually charged advertising and discriminatory practices.
  • The case marks a significant moment in expanding the #MeToo movement across genders and addressing sexual exploitation in the fashion industry, starting with Abercrombie & Fitch. The company's defense declined to comment on the ongoing case.
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