Canadian clothing manufacturer raped women, children, lawsuit alleges Canadian clothing manufacturer raped women, children, lawsuit alleges10 women have launched a class action, lawsuit against Canadian clothing manufacturer Peter Nygard choose the millionaire businessman of rape. Now Nygard denies these allegations. Cbc’S Bob McEwen has been following the story, and a warning report contains some graphic details. Peter Nygard is one of Canada’s wealthiest businessmen and clothing manufacturers. The women in the New York lawsuit alleges he was operating a sex-trafficking ring and that he raped them.
It is Seaside mansion in the Bahamas. Between 2008 and 2015, six of the women were only 14 or 15 years old. At the time of the alleged rapes, the lawsuit was filed in New York and the women are not named to protect our identities, Nygaard recruited and lured off an impoverished children with cash payments and false promises of modeling opportunities. The women allege that Nygard drugged, raped and sodomized look at what he’s called his pamper parties at his home in the in a statement released yesterday, Peter Nygard lawyer vigorously deny the accusation saying they’re, completely false and without foundation, and that this is just the latest.
In a 10-year battle between him and his former neighbor in the Bahamas, u. s. billionaire November 2019, Nygard sued bacon alleging he hired private detective influence witnesses to make false statements and Destroy nygard’s reputation. The recent lawsuit also alleges Nygaard initiated a scheme to just police protection in the Bahamas by making regular payments of tens of thousands of dollars. The law enforcement and government officials Thursday’s allegations followed two additional lawsuit, accusing Nygaard of sexual assault, in Los Angeles.
None of the allegations of you have been proven in court and at this time there are no criminal charges against Peter Nygard Bob McEwen, CBC News. Toronto.This story contains disturbing details. Peter Nygard denies all allegations.
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