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    A FORMER Victoria's Secret employee revealed plenty of customers tend to take off their clothes when they ask for help. And that's absolutely unnecessary. 3A former Victoria's Secret employee revealed many women just take off their clothes when they ask for helpCredit: TikTok 3She assured them it was completely unnecessaryCredit: TikTok Makenzie Marshall posted a video on social media where she claimed she saw a lot of naked customers. "I used to work at the fitting rooms of Victoria's Secret and would help fit people for their bras," she explained. "I just have to let you guys know a little secret – we can fit you for your bras with your clothes on. "When you've seen one pair of t*ts, you've seen them all so it's not a big deal but everyone just willingly whips them out and you're just like 'Oh excuse me.'" She ended her video by saying that despite the rather awkward moment, she loved her job because it let her boost other people's confidence. "But I have to say, it never gets...
    The Australian edition of 60 Minutes aired a bombshell segment over the weekend about Victoria’s Secret where two former employees, including a model, accused the company of sexual harassment, misogyny and body abuse. “I got a very interior glimpse at the machine that was running at that time and it was really sick,” model Bridget Malcolm told reporter Tom Steinfort in the feature, which aired on Sunday. “It was really unhealthy.” Malcolm walked the runway in the Victoria’s Secret fashion show in 2015 and 2016. “Was there a lightbulb moment where you thought this can’t go on,” asked Steinfort. “It was at the start of 2017 and it took me 10 minutes to climb a flight of stairs,” said Malcolm. “And I just reached the top and I just had that awful hollow feeling of like, ‘This is what the rest of my life is going to look like, unless I do something about it now.’” Malcolm claimed that Victoria’s Secret parted ways with her after she gained “half an inch on her hips,” recalled Steinfort. “I had an...
    Bridget Malcolm is continuing to expose the toxic culture she claims she experienced working as a Victoria’s Secret model.  The Australian model walked the runway for the massive fashion company from 2015 to 2016 before the brand cut ties with her. Since then, she’s been one of the more vocal voices calling out Victoria’s Secret for promoting a culture of weight loss among its models that is allegedly unhealthy and exploitative. Most recently, she appeared in a series of TikTok videos in which she called out the company’s body standards in various ways and revealed she was sexually assaulted during her time in the industry.  Appearing on Australia’s "60 Minutes," the 29-year-old recalled trying so hard to live up to the company’s standards only find herself so malnourished that she took 10 minutes just to walk up a flight of stairs.  "I got a very interior glimpse at the machine that was running at that time and it was really sick. It was really unhealthy," she explained. FORMER VICTORIA'S SECRET MODEL BRIDGET MALCOLM ACCUSES BRAND OF ‘PERFORMATIVE ALLY SHIP' AFTER...
    More On: victorias secret Victoria’s Secret vows to revive and revamp its infamous fashion show Victoria’s Secret scrubs the Angels from its stores in revamp ‘Victoria’s Secret Karen’ freaks out over being filmed ‘Too little too late’: Ex-Victoria’s Secret model slams brand in viral TikTok Victoria’s Secret has settled a pair of investor lawsuits over sex-harassment allegations as it gears up to be spun off into an independent, publicly traded company. The lingerie giant’s parent L Brands announced a $21 million settlement on Friday that dispenses with two shareholder complaints, both of which named L Brands’ former chairman Les Wexner and Victoria’s Secret’s former chief marketing officer Ed Razek as defendants. Razek, who retired from Victoria’s Secret in 2019, was specifically accused of “harassment and allegedly personally harassed and even assaulted women associated with the company,” according to a complaint filed last year by Milton Rudi. The former executive was described as Wexner’s “right hand man” while Wexner was accused of taking a “laissez-faire approach to oversight” of the company allowing his friend, the late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein,...
    Bridget Malcolm at the 2016 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show after-party. Michael Stewart/Getty Images Bridget Malcolm called out Australian radio hosts Kyle Sandilands and Jackie O in a TikTok video. She said Sandilands once asked her during an interview if she "watched Kendall Jenner get naked."  Malcolm called the show "problematic" and said she didn't feel comfortable returning.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Former model and current mental-health advocate Bridget Malcolm has called out radio hosts who she said disrespected her and Kendall Jenner during an interview. In a video posted to TikTok on Friday, which now has more than 171,000 likes, Malcolm said representatives for "The Kyle and Jackie O Show" — a popular morning radio series in Australia — recently sent an interview request to her agent. Malcolm said she declined their offer, as she previously had a bad experience while speaking with its hosts, Kyle Sandilands and Jacqueline Ellen Last, better known as Jackie O. Malcolm said that at the time, she was 25 years old and had just walked in the 2015 Victoria's...
    The Victoria's Secret flagship store will look a little different when it reopens its doors later this month. The iconic 'Angels' have graced catwalks as the company's model ambassadors since their debut at the fourth annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in 1998. But they will soon no longer be featured in photos and videos in half of its stores, including the Fifth Avenue flagship, which has been closed since last March due to the pandemic. An Angel museum featuring images and memorabilia from previous Victoria's Secret Fashion Shows will no longer fill the store's third floor.   Victoria's Secret flagship Fifth Avenue store has been closed since last March due to Covid-19 The company is swapping out the 'Angels' for more 'inviting' images at half of its 1,400 stores RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Panties in a twist! Victoria's Secret store 'Karen' launches... Victoria's Secret model Bridget Malcolm claims she was... Share this article Share The change comes amid allegations of misogyny and sexual harassment at the 44-year-old lingerie company that...
    A FORMER Indian River High football star passed away in a horrific car accident. Jaquan Yulee, 24, was pronounced dead at the scene on Tuesday night, according to officials. 1The footballer was just 24Credit: Twitter Police and fire officials rushed to the scene just after 7pm where they found an overturned vehicle. The sporting hopeful was reportedly driving the vehicle and was the only occupant inside when the accident took place. Yulee graduated from high school and joined Marshall University's Thundering Herd. He was later ranked by ESPN as highly on his way out of high school, and was given offers from Alabama, Clemson and Florida. Following the devastating news, fans flooded social media with tributes to the young star. Most read in NewsSHOT DEADIndian Red Boy's autopsy expected after rapper shot dead while on Instagram LiveGUNNED DOWNKTS Dre 'shot 64 times' in the head and body as 'gang affiliation' revealedDELTA FORCECovid cases surging in nearly EVERY state as Delta variant rips through US'GET AWAY FROM ME''Victoria Secret Karen' explainedSTORE MELTDOWN'Victoria’s Secret Karen' has 'breakdown after lunging at shopper'HORRIFIC VIDRapper's...
    Year after hanging up her wings, Heidi Klum is opening up about the Victoria’s Secret rebrand. The former VS Angel, 48, spoke out about the lingerie brand’s upcoming overhaul on Sunday, saying that "things do need to change." "About time, is all I can say. About time," the supermodel told The Sunday Project of the relaunch, which Victoria’s Secret announced in June after receiving years of backlash and cancelling their famed fashion shows in 2019. "As a model, you go there, you are happy to have a job. When you are not the company, you do what you are told. But finally, looking at this now, I’m like, about time," Klum, who was an Angel from 1999 to 2010, continued. HEIDI KLUM AND DAUGHTER LENI, 16, ARE TWINS IN ‘ALL NATURAL’ MAKEUP-FREE SELFIES While the "America’s Got Talent" judge recognized that the lingerie brand has "been changing," she went on to admit that "it’s been taking too long." Rather than Angels, the brand’s shift will center the "VS Collective," a group of women including Megan Rapinoe and Priyanka Chopra who "share a common passion to drive positive change." The rebrand also includes...
    Former Victoria's Secret model Bridget Malcolm revealed she had been sexually assaulted and pressured to lose weight by agencies when she was modeling.  Malcolm opened up about why she hadn't been more outspoken about her experience in the fashion industry in a recent video shared to TikTok and Instagram.  "By the age of 18, I'd lived in three countries alone," she said in the July 3 post. "I traveled to all continents except for Antarctica. I'd been groomed by a much older man. I'd been sexually assaulted multiple times." Malcolm claimed she had started relying on Xanax and Ambien to sleep. She also claimed her agencies had pressured her into losing weight by having "lots of sex" when she was underage and someone in her circle suggested she do cocaine "to lose weight." FORMER VICTORIA'S SECRET MODEL BRIDGET MALCOLM ACCUSES BRAND OF ‘PERFORMATIVE ALLY SHIP' AFTER COMPANY DITCHES ANGELS Former Victoria's Secret model Bridget Malcolm has become outspoken about her time in the fashion industry. The model claimed she had been sexually assaulted and pressured to lose weight...
    Former Victoria's Secret model Bridget Malcolm says she was told to do cocaine and have sex when she was a teenager - because her agent insisted it would help her to 'lose weight'.  The 29-year-old recalled the shocking advice in a new social media video, in which she opened up about the lasting mental and physical damage her time working in the fashion industry has left her with, detailing struggles with eating disorders, PTSD, and anxiety and depression.  Bridget, who is from Western Australia, also stated that she was 'groomed by a much older man' and 'sexually assaulted multiple times' before her 18th birthday.     'By the age of 18, I'd lived in three countries alone, I'd traveled to all continents except for Antarctica, I'd been groomed by a much older man, I'd been sexually assaulted multiple times, I'd been told to do cocaine to lose weight by my agent,' she said in the eye-opening video.   'I was told weekly... I'd been under a lot of pressure to lose weight by my agencies [and] I developed PTSD.  'I'd been told whilst...
    Bridget Malcolm formerly modeled for Victoria's Secret. Jim Spellman/Getty Images Bridget Malcolm said she was told to do cocaine and "have lots of sex" to lose weight as a minor. She also said she developed severe anxiety, anorexia, PTSD, and more as a result. The former Victoria's Secret model is now in recovery, and pushing for change in the industry. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Former Victoria's Secret model Bridget Malcolm recently opened up being encouraged by her modeling agencies to lose weight as a minor. In a video posted to Instagram on Saturday, Malcolm addressed commenters who asked why she's just now speaking out about negative experiences she had while working in the fashion industry in the past. She shared that she's spent recent years working on recovering from those experiences, and is finally feeling happy, balanced, and strong enough to speak. "I feel the best I've ever felt," she said in her video. "By the age of 18, I'd lived in three countries alone. I traveled to all continents except Antarctica. I've been groomed...
    Former Victoria’s Secret model Bridget Malcolm slammed the company’s recent rebranding efforts, saying it was “too little, too late.” “Victoria’s Secret, your performative allyship is a joke,” the 29-year-old former lingerie model shared in a video on TikTok. The comments were noted by E! News in a piece published Wednesday. (RELATED: Victoria’s Secret To Change Name, Phase Out ‘Angels’ To Reflect ‘Diverse Experiences’) “Too little too late Victoria’s Secret,” the model added, as she showed off the bra she said she wore for the 2016 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, in comparison to her current body weight. (SLIDESHOW: The Sexiest Looks From The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by E! News (@enews) In the clip, she tries on a size 30A cup bra and reveals she’s now a 34B and that it’s “healthy” for her. (RELATED: Here’s How Many People Watched The 2018 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show) In a message on the screen, Malcolm said it was her only show after being “rejected” by the company for the lingerie show in 2017....
    Bridget Malcolm spoke out after more than a decade in the fashion industry. Michael Stewart/ via Getty Images Former Victoria's Secret model Bridget Malcolm criticized the lingerie brand on TikTok. The Australian model labeled its rebrand "performative allyship." Victoria's Secret announced it will replace Angels with more diverse female brand ambassadors. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Former Victoria's Secret model Bridget Malcolm accused the lingerie brand of "performative allyship" in a TikTok video that now has over 2.5 million views.  The comment was made in the fifth video of a TikTok series Malcolm started on June 19, which she called: "Times the fashion industry has sucked." Captioning the latest video, "Too little too late Victoria's Secret," the 29-year-old described the experience of modeling in the 2016 annual show.  In the video shared on Sunday, the Australian model said while trying on her outfit from one of the shows: "I found my bra from the 2016 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, it is a size 30A. I am now a size 34B, which is healthy for me." @bridgetmalcolm...
    Former Victoria’s Secret model Bridget Malcolm slammed the lingerie brand for "performative ally ship" in a recent viral TikTok video. Malcolm called the brand’s "performative ally ship" a "joke" in the video after Victoria’s Secret did away with their models, referred to as Angels, and partnered with diverse spokeswomen, including soccer star Megan Rapinoe, instead.  "Too little, too late Victoria's Secret," Malcolm captioned her TikTok.   "Your performative ally ship is a joke." @bridgetmalcolmtoo little too late Victoria’s Secret #victoriassecret #victoriasecretshows #CompleteMyLook #MyColoredHair ♬ original sound - Bridget Malcolm VICTORIA'S SECRET SAYS GOODBYE TO ANGELS IN ATTEMPT TO REDEFINE ‘SEXY’ Malcolm spent the video comparing a bra she wore during the 2016 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show to her bra now to show how underweight she was at the time. Malcolm wore a 30A cup bra during the show in 2016, but now wears a 34B.   "The sadness behind my eyes from the 2016 show breaks my heart," Malcolm said in the video.  HEIDI KLUM SAYS SHE WAS PREGNANT WITH DAUGHTER LENI DURING THE 2003 VICTORIA'S SECRET FASHION SHOW Malcolm then claimed she was not cast in the 2017 show after her bra size...
    Former Victoria’s Secret model Bridget Malcolm is no fan of the lingerie company’s woke re-branding, calling the initiative a “joke.” In a recent TikTok video, Bridget Malcolm blasted Victoria’s Secret’s attempt at an image overhaul, which includes cancelling its “Angels” supermodels and bringing aboard transgender and plus-sized models. The company has also hired feminist soccer star Megan Rapinoe as a spokeswoman. “Your performative allyship is a joke,” Malcolm said in the video, using the marketing lingo that refers to corporate virtue signaling.  The caption of the video reads “too little too late Victoria’s Secret.” Models including Maud Welzen from The Netherlands, Bridget Malcolm from Australia, Magdalena Frackowiak from Poland walk the runway during the 2015 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show at Lexington Avenue Armory on November 10, 2015 in New York City. (Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria’s Secret) Model Bridget Malcolm from Australia walks the runway during the 2015 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show at Lexington Avenue Armory on November 10, 2015 in New York City. (Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria’s Secret) The Australian model claimed in the video that the company pressured...
    Ten former members of the University of Southern California's Song Girls dance team have described developing eating disorders, being forced to wear make up and even feeling suicidal after their longstanding coach was forced to resign. Eight of those who spoke to The LA Times say they saw counselors as a result of their time with the squad who perform at the school's football games, basketball games and other sporting events.   Others describe comments on how they looked or what they ate.   The team's contract reportedly told the girls they could not gain more than 5lb from their audition weight. Some say they were told to dye their hair blonde to the point of it falling out and to buy a Victoria’s Secret padded bra.  One girl said her experience left her suicidal; others allege they were dropped from the team after complaining about their treatment.  Another says she was even falsely accused of having sex another student during a team trip.  Some of these complaints led last year to the resignation of coach Lori Nelson. The 63-year-old former Song Girl took over...
    For the second time in just over a year, L Brands, the parent company of Victoria’s Secret, has hired another law firm to investigate ties between its billionaire founder Les Wexner’s and the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. L Brands first enlisted the services of the law firm Davis Polk & Wardwell shortly after Epstein’s arrest in July last year, when revelations about the influence he over Wexner’s fortune and how he may have used his link to the retail magnate to prey on women came to light. The company moved quickly to announce it had hired the firm to conduct a ‘thorough review’ of the matter, however no findings of the probe have yet been released publicly, nearly 16-months on. A number of former Victoria’s Secret employees, including two who said they shared direct interactions with Epstein, told the New York Times they were never even contacted by lawyers, bringing into question the scope of the investigation. However, the Times understands that a second inquiry has now begun at the company, following a lawsuit filed by a shareholder...
    Michael Cohen is heard laughing while a friend praises his daughter Samantha's body and tries to guess the size of her breasts, audio obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com reveals. President Trump's former personal lawyer chats at length with the unnamed friend over the course of the five minute recording about Samantha, now 24 - agreeing with the man that 'she's something'. While the audio is not dated, it appears from the men's conversation that it was  recorded in late 2013 or early 2014. Samantha would have been aged 18 at the time. Upon seeing a photo of Samantha, the man exclaimed: 'What the f**k is that? Holy s**t. My god. Holy s**t, she's gorgeous. What is she B-cup, C-cup? She's a good looking girl, man. Gorgeous. Look at this body man.' After the friend drooled over the photos of his young daughter, Cohen eagerly pulls up photos of a shoot Samantha had recently done with Victoria's Secret photographer Russell James.  During the conversation, Cohen repeatedly brings up knowing the former Victoria's Secret CEO and name drops James. There's also mention of...
    (CNN)Les Wexner, the former head of the parent company that owns Victoria's Secret, has agreed to answer written deposition questions in a lawsuit involving Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre and attorney Alan Dershowitz, but Dershowitz wants him to testify in person or on camera, according to newly unsealed documents.Dershowitz's attorneys have subpoenaed Wexner to testify in person on September 4 in Columbus, Ohio, as well as requested documents involving Epstein, Giuffre, and correspondence with her attorneys. Dershowitz's attorneys outline documents they are requesting in one of the letters, including communications between Wexner and his attorney John Zeiger, and any attorney representing Giuffre, as well as documents concerning "any offer, agreement or promise Wexner made to help Epstein accusers." Wexner's attorneys have pushed back, saying much of the information Dershowitz's legal team is requesting is protected by attorney-client privilege.Ghislaine Maxwell petitions judge over jail restrictions, citing onerous conditions related to Jeffrey Epsteins suicideThe court documents were unsealed Monday by a federal judge in the suit between Giuffre and Dershowitz. Giuffre alleges that Epstein sexually abused her between 2000 and 2002 when...
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