Ex-Pussycat Doll claims group was run like 'a prostitution ring'

Ex-Pussycat Doll claims group was run like 'a prostitution ring'

Kaya Jones, a former member of American girl group and dance ensemble Pussycat Dolls, has come out with allegations of sexual abuse against the group's founder, Robin Antin and the record label, Interscope A&M Records. How bad was it?

'To be apart of the team you must be a team player. "Which means sleep with anyone who asks you", she added. If you don't they have nothing on you to leverage.Yes I said leverage.

She also slammed Kaya for bringing up the suicide of former G.R.L. member Simone Battle, saying she was "nasty" in doing so.

On Sunday, Robin Antin (age 56) has counter-attacked from the site of The Blast, ensuring that the statements of Kaya Jones were "disgusting", "dishonest" and that it was seeking "clear to land his quarter-hour of glory". She was allegedly warned that if she told anyone, she would end up dead or her career would falter. "While everyone who owned us made the $". Because we were all abused!

According to reports obtained by The Blast, the band's lawyer is now drafting a legal letter to send to Jones to warn her to stop damaging the brand, "or face the legal consequences". She departed the group shortly before The Pussycat Dolls exploded as one of the biggest musical acts of the mid-2000s with hits like "Don't Cha" and "Buttons".

For those who were no longer familiar with The Pussycat Dolls, it was a girl group headed by vocalist Nicole Scherzinger.

Antin has refuted Jones' claims. "Tell the public how you mentally broke us".

There has been no confirmation from Jones that she was referring to either Antin or Battle.

Jones left the group after two years, while the band continued for another five years before they disbanded in 2010. Then they were ordered to sleep with people who paid the higher-ups for the privilege of bedding the group members.

Jones also called out the "den mother from hell" to confess why one of the members committed suicide.

The choreographer and entrepreneur also founded girl group G.R.L. Sources close to PCD told The Blast that the group's lawyer is drafting a legal letter to Jones and may pursue legal action.