The show must go on.
After the passing of legend Joan Rivers, many wondered if her show Fashion Police would be able to carry on in her absence.
Well, we finally have our answer.
Read the emotional statement (below):
[Image via E!.]
Seems like notorious photographer Terry Richardson is in hot water, yet again.
Another model has come forward about his behavior, claiming that he sent her a message offering her a photo shoot with Vogue in exchange for sex, even posting a screenshot of it to her Twitter account on Sunday with the caption, "Um what".
Of course, it doesn’t actually prove that Terry sent the alleged message to Emma Appleton since the username could have been made by anyone, but it certainly raises red flags as he’s been accused of sexual assault from countless models.
That being said, we certainly hope that nobody is knowingly taking advantage of his scandals by falsely identifying themselves as Richardson and sending fake messages.
While we have yet to hear from the man directly, Terry’s rep has since denied the incident, sharing:
"This is obviously a fake. Terry did not send this text."
Emma also deactivated her account, but continued to share her feelings via Instagram, even revealing:
"Let me clear something up - I don’t want this attention. I have no desire to become known in the slightest. If the account is fake then it needs to be removed, if it’s real then he’s a hideous human. I regret posting it because of what it’s caused but at the same time (if it’s real) then it shouldn’t be covered up, there are too many young, vulnerable girls that this industry can exploit. Thank you for the kind messages and that’s the end of it."
We can only hope the truth comes out about the message — whether real or fake! Horrifying accounts such as these should not be taken lightly.
Take a look at the alleged message, as well as Emma's direct replies in the gallery (below). And tell us, what do U think??
[Image via Terry’s Diary.]