Bradberry said Jeffries used his “power and influence” to dupe young men into thinking they would be hired as models as a way to coerce them into sexual acts. “Jeffries lured attractive young men to his Hamptons estate in what were described as casting interviews. He forced them to strip down, sign non-disclosure agreements, then take drugs and engage in sex acts with himself, his partner Matthew Smith, and others,” reads the lawsuit.
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Ex-Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Accused of Sex Trafficking
Actor David Bradberry filed a lawsuit accusing Mike Jeffries, the former CEO of clothing store Abercrombie & Fitch, of running a sex-trafficking operation. So reports CBS News.
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