Pussycat Dolls founder fires back at former band mate’s claim group was a ‘prostitution ring’

Kaya Jones, former singer for the Pussycat Dolls, is making startling accusations that the pop group was akin to a “prostitution ring,” amidst the continuing fallout of the Harvey Weinstein scandal that is rocking the Hollywood entertainment industry to its foundations (assuming it has any).

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Jones unleashed her anger on “Hollywood elites” who allegedly wronged her and other women in the entertainment industry, while saying that sex was expected of the band members and was used to blackmail them.

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“My truth. I wasn’t in a girl group. I was in a prostitution ring. Oh & we happened to sing & be famous. While everyone who owned us made the $,” Jones said on Twitter.

Kaya also claimed she had to “sleep with whoever they say” and that they were “all abused,” as The Sun reported.

“I want the den mother from hell to confess why another 1 of her girl group girls committed suicide?” she added.

Jones, a supporter of President Donald Trump, warned all that she “kept a journal with timelines” to back her allegations.

“I hope all you Hollywood elites are a little nervous tonight,” said one of her tweets. “Who knows maybe tomorrow your family & friends will find out who you really are.”

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But Robin Antin, the founder of The Pussycat Dolls, is crying foul over the allegations.

Antin told The Blast she was shocked when she learned of the claims being made by Jones, calling them “disgusting, ridiculous lies.”

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She also said Jones, who was described as a Pussycat reject, is “clearly looking for her 15 minutes.”

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Other members of the band shared some timely tweets on social media.

Melody Thornton, a former member of the Pussycat Dolls, posted a somewhat cryptic message after Jones’ Twitter rant: “It was a smart move! A Dick move but a smart one.”

Not quite as obscure, another former band-mate, Carmit Bachar, tweeted: “#Friday13th really brought out the crazies…”

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“Executives, and managers, and agents and other artists that are on the label, if you don’t want to sleep with an executive they’ll pass you to that,” Jones commented. “Or sometimes they’ll continue to pass the girl, so she’s just passed around.”

And when asked if this was well known in the industry, Jones replied, “They all knew.”

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