Charney Posted Nude Photos Of Plaintiffs: Suit

Law360, New York (April 27, 2011, 5:58 PM EDT) -- The American Apparel Inc. sex exploitation litigation saga took another turn Tuesday as three original plaintiffs against company head Dov Charney filed another complaint in California, this time accusing him of defaming and falsely impersonating them online following their allegations.

Charney and American Apparel photographer Kyung Chung caused nude or seminude photos of former employees Alyssa Ferguson, Tesa Lubans-Dehaven and Irene Morales to be posted on the Internet on blogs purportedly authored by the women, according to the complaint filed in California state court.

Morales is...
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