Pussycat dolls founder slams ‘girl group was a prostitution ring’ claims

2017-10-17 10:41

Cape Town - They were once one of the biggest girl groups in the world and with their provocative clothes, sexy moves and catchy songs, they catapulted to the top of the charts.

However, years after the group dissolved one of the members has revealed a darker tale of what really went on behind the scenes.

Kaya Jones shocked the world when she claimed that the girl group was actually a ‘prostitution ring’ in a series of tweets last week.

Now, the founder of the once popular group, Robin Antin has slammed these allegations and said that Kaya is just looking for her ’15 minutes’, reports the Blast.

She reportedly also said that the allegations were ‘disgusting, ridiculous lies’ and that a legal letter is being drafted.

The 33-year-old, however, has stuck to her story that the members were forced to sleep with whoever their managers said they should.

She was part of the dance group before they released their first album and claims that she left behind the fame and the $13 million (R173 million) recording deal because she just couldn’t stand what was being done to her.

None of the former members of the former girl group -- which was spearheaded by X-Factor UK judge Nicole Scherzinger – has spoken out about the allegations yet.

Sources: Metro, The Blast, Twitter

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