According to a report from The Telegraph, notorious 52-year-old photographer Terry Richardson has been banned from working with all of Condé Nast's global publications, including Vogue, Vanity Fair, and W.
The media group publishes a number of publications including Vogue, GQ, Glamour and Vanity Fair, so the new decision will likely have a massive impact on Richardson's career. Additionally, the organization stated that any ongoing projects associated with Terry should be "killed or substituted with other material".
In the result of overall sexual manhandle claims including assault against Hollywood maker Harvey Weinstein, the restriction on Richardson has now stretched out to properties crosswise over Condé Nast International, the Daily Telegraph revealed Monday.
In an email leaked to The Daily Telegraph, James Woolhouse, the company's executive vice president and chief operating officer, told all "country presidents" to cease working with Richardson immediately.
The 52-year-old is known for sexually explicit photographs as well as the video of Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball".
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Since working with Richardson, many of his famous subjects have admitted to regretting their time with the man. Cyrus told Cooper Lawrence in May that she regretted the now-infamous video that Richardson directed for her during her short hair phase.
Last night Richardson's spokeswoman said: "He is an artist who has been known for his sexually explicit work, so many of his professional interactions with subjects were sexual and explicit in nature, but all of the subjects of his work participated consensually". New York Magazine also published accusations against Richardson along with an interview with Richardson denying them.
He composed for HuffPo in 2014 that the affirmations appeared to be an "inwardly charged witch chase" and guaranteed that his work has dependably been sexually-charged.
However, Valentino has removed references to Richardson from its latest campaign with him on Instagram.
Now, amidst the allegations of sexual misconduct against Harvey Weinstein from women in the film industry, the allegations against Richardson have been brought into the spotlight once more.
He also (once again) denied using "an offer of work or a threat of rebuke" to prod models into posing suggestively or engaging in sexual acts with him.