Pussycat Dolls founder slams claims group was a ‘prostitute ring’

Pussycat Dolls founder, Robin Antin has denied claims made by former member, Kaya Jones, that the band was a 'prostitute ring'. 

It comes after Kaya recently posted a series of tweets in which she said the girls had to "sleep with whoever they say."

The claims come amid a ripple in the entertainment industry as women continue to come forward with allegations against the famed film producer, Harvey Weinstein.

Many fans have thanked the star for speaking about her experiences and praised her for being so brave, though the band's bosses were quick to dismiss the claims. 

According to The Blast, group founder, Robin Antin said Kaya was never an official member of the group and was "clearly looking for her 15 minutes." 

In the series of shocking tweets, Kaya went on to mention a 'den mother', before calling on them to tell the public "why another 1 of her girl group girls committed suicide?"

The rest of the group, fronted by Nicole Scherzinger, have yet to comment on the allegations, and it is unclear at this stage whether or not an investigation will commence. 

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