The primary Pussycat Dolls are no for a longer time placing out audio, they disbanded in 2010. But they remaining a mark on the audio earth. The group has offered over 54 million records though alongside one another. They were being identified for their pretty lyrics, attractive apparel and alluring new music videos. Now the group is suing the Everyday Mail for publishing a tale accusing the team of remaining “a prostitution ring.”
According to Billboard the defamation lawsuit submitted by The Pussycat Dolls Inc. and the band’s manager and founder Robin Antin claim that the Each day Mail tale about the group being a prostitution ring is phony.
In October 2017 Kaya Jones, who was element of the group for a calendar year but still left prior to their debut album was introduced, shared a tale of her time in the team. Jones was a Pussycat Doll from 2004 to 2005. She tweeted in 2017, “My truth. I wasn’t in a female team. I was in a prostitution ring. Oh & we happened to sing & be famed. Although all people who owned us designed the $.”
Jones posted a string of tweets declaring that she was drugged and blacklisted, which is why she remaining the team in 2005 right before they attained achievements. She also accused the group of pressuring her to slumber with “whoever they say” due to the fact she experienced to be a “team player.”
The group was originally a dance troupe started by Antin in 1995. Christina Applegate, Christina Aguiler and Carmen Electra had been involved in the troupe just before it turned a musical act.
Following Jones tweeted her alleged tale about the team becoming a front for a prostitution ring a lot of web-sites. The Daily Mail even talked to Jones and revealed an post that labeled the team as a prostitution ring and accused the women of staying “regularly abused by songs sector executives.”
The lawsuit reads, “The extent of Ms. Jones’ credits in The Pussycat Dolls is when she auditioned and served as a backup vocalist on the track ‘Sway’ unveiled in 2004 and the music ‘We Went as Far as We Felt Like Going’ also produced in 2004. Had the Daily Mail performed any investigation into this make a difference, these kinds of as reviewing album credits readily available on the Net, they would have also found this facts.”
The lawsuit promises that Jones is not a reputable impartial source for the reason that she was technically by no means section of the formal team and was in no way a leader of the team. The lawsuit is also declaring that the Everyday Mail didn’t do a extensive investigation before publishing.
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