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Robin Antin labels Kaya Jones' Pussycat Dolls prostitution comparison 'disgusting lies'

16 Octobre 2017

She refers to Robin Antin in her tweets, the founder of Pussycat Dolls, saying that she made all the money while the group were paid $500 a week while allegedly being abused. "I was in a prostitution ring", she began. Oh & we happened to sing & be famous. Severe enough to that I turn my back on my dreams, to the other members of the group and a contract of $ 13 million.

Sources close to The Pussycat Dolls tell us the group's lawyer has been contacted and is drafting a legal letter to send to Jones warning her to stop spreading lies and damaging the brand, or face the legal consequences.

She also termed one of the women in the group "den mother" and called on her to confess why one of her bandmates committed suicide.

"Tell the public how you mentally broke us", she said. In the same year, TMZ had also spoken to Jones whom they described as "former Pussycat Doll".

Former Pussycat Dolls band member Kaya Jones has come forward with her own story about sexual abuse in the entertainment industry in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment allegations.

She said they had to be a team player, which meant "sleep with whoever they say".

'Yes I said leverage.

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She also tweeted: "Why don't we report it?" Because we were all abused! She was allegedly warned that if she told anyone, she would end up dead or her career would falter.

Many social media users speculated that Kaya was talking about G.R.L singer Simone Battle, who committed suicide in September of 2014.

On October 15, Antin stated that Jones' claims were mere lies and that she just wanted to be famous.

Kaya, who was in the group from 2003 - 2005, continued: "How bad was it?"

The Pussycat Dolls were founded as a burlesque troop before becoming recording artists and scoring a string of hits in the mid-'00s.

The Blast has reported that Robin claims Kaya had only been part of the band on a trail basis and was never made an official member of the group.

Although Jones did not give a name, the founder of The Pussycat Dolls is widely known to be Robin Antin, who responded to the claims in an interview with The Blast.

Robin Antin labels Kaya Jones' Pussycat Dolls prostitution comparison 'disgusting lies'