Pussycat Dolls repudiate harlotry claims

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The Pussycat Dolls have recently reformed, after a mangle of 7 years

The Pussycat Dolls have expelled a corner matter denying allegations that a cocktail organisation was a “prostitution ring”.

Kaya Jones, who left a rope before they became famous, claimed that she and other members were frequently subjected to passionate abuse.

“We are all abused,” she pronounced on Twitter, claiming a organisation were done to “sleep with whoever they say”.

The band, led by Nicole Scherzinger, pronounced they “were not wakeful of Kaya’s experiences” and offering her support.

However, they resolutely denied that a remaining members had been abused.

“We can't mount behind fake allegations towards other organisation members partaking in activities that simply did not take place,” they said.

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Kaya Jones says she walked divided from a rope to shun abuse

“To collate a veteran roles in The Pussycat Dolls to a harlotry ring not usually undermines all we worked tough to grasp for all those years though also takes a spotlight off a millions of victims who are vocalization adult and being listened shrill and transparent around a world,” a matter continued.

“We mount in oneness with all women who have bravely oral publicly of their horrific practice of abuse, nuisance and exploitation.”

Jones’s strange accusations came in a fibre of Tweets final Friday:

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In their statement, The Pussycat Dolls said: “While we were not wakeful of Kaya’s practice that allegedly took place during her brief time operative with us, before a organisation sealed a recording contract, we can resolutely attest that we were not arcane to any bungle holding place around us.

“If Kaya gifted something we are unknowingly of afterwards we entirely inspire her to get a assistance she needs and are here to support her.”

‘Don’t disprove a victim’

The Pussycat Dolls were founded by choreographer Robin Antin in 1995 as a mime dance troupe. Their shows captivated a outrageous following in Hollywood, with stars like Britney Spears, Pink and Brittany Murphy fasten them on stage.

In 2003, Antin motionless to reinvent a unit as a cocktail group, and hold open auditions to find new singers and dancers.

Kaya Jones assimilated a rope during this point, though had left by a time they expelled their entrance single, Don’t Cha, in 2005 and does not seem on any of their available output.

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The Pussycat Dolls in 2008 (L-R): Melody Thornton, Kimberley Wyatt, Nicole Scherzinger, Ashley Roberts and Jessica Sutta

Speaking to The Blast on Monday, Antin called Jones’s accusations “disgusting, absurd lies” and claimed a thespian was “clearly looking for her 15 minutes”.

Jones responded by warning a media not to “discredit a victim” by stating Antin’s denials, describing her as a “predator”.

“You don’t have to trust me,” she added. “I lived it.

“It’s now about assisting other people in a universe frightened to mount adult to their abusers.”

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