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Former Abercrombie & Fitch executives charged with sex trafficking

These allegations are described as “alleged” at this time, but the seriousness of the claims has created a huge stir in the community.

Former Abercrombie & Fitch executives charged with sex trafficking

A scandal that has shaken the foundations of Abercrombie & Fitch: the company’s former executives, Mike Jeffries and Matthew Smith, have been accused of sexual exploitation and abuse of male models in a shocking report presented by the BBC.

According to the BBC investigation, Jeffries and Smith allegedly employed a middleman, identified as James Jacobson, to recruit men specifically for the purpose of sexual exploitation. Reports suggest that these men were lured under the false promise of modeling opportunities for the brand. However, according to statements made by David Bradberry, one of those affected, the true purpose of their recruitment was otherwise: “Jim made it clear to me that unless I let him perform oral sex on me, that I would not be meeting with Abercrombie & Fitch or Mike Jeffries.”

Abercrombie & Fitch, a brand known for its marketing strategy that emphasized sex appeal, has said it is “appalled and disgusted” by the allegations brought against its former executives. Mike Jeffries stepped down from his position at the company in 2014, citing declining sales and the need for a change in brand direction as reasons for his departure.

The BBC investigation has implicated 12 men who participated in sexual events allegedly organized or assisted by Jeffries and Smith between 2009 and 2015.

While no official charges have yet been filed against Mike Jeffries, Matthew Smith or anyone else involved in these allegations, authorities are expected to take action in the near future. Don’t miss any updates on the matter at Highxtar.

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