Pussycat Dolls Member Says ‘I Wasn’t in a Girl Group, I Was in a Prostitution Ring’
Just when it seems not a single additional actress, actor, or performer could reveal any more sexual abuse or pedophilia in Hollywood or the Entertainment industry, more scandalous and sordid details arise. The latest comes from Pussycat Dolls member, Kaya Jones, who says the “girl group” was nothing more than a “prostitution ring.”
Just weeks ago, actor, Grammy Award winning actor, Kevin Spacey apologized for an alleged sexual assault with a minor – actor Anthony Rapp, who was just 14 when the alleged incident occurred.
“I honestly do not remember the encounter, it would have been over 30 years ago.
“But if I did behave then as he describes, I owe him the sincerest apology for what would have been deeply inappropriate drunken behavior, and I am sorry for the feelings he describes having carried with him all these years.”
Now it seems Twitter is the confessional of choice for those who have suffered sexual abuse, pedophilia, and sexual predation.
Kaya Jones, former Pussycat Dolls member tweeted a message that she was in a prostitution ring that made her handlers money, not a singing group made up of attractive girls.
The girl group The Pussycat Dolls was allegedly a prostitution ring, according to a former member. Image: DailyMail
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 $
— KAYA (@KayaJones) October 13, 2017
It seems her girl-group members don’t have her back, either. In a recent statement about Kaya Jones’ Twitter message, a well-crafted rebuttal surfaces:
“The Pussycat Dolls has always and will always stand for female empowerment and sisterhood. We stand in solidarity with all women who have bravely spoken publicly of their horrific experiences of abuse, harassment and exploitation. However, we cannot stand behind false allegations towards other group members partaking in activities that simply did not take place.
To liken our professional roles in The Pussycat Dolls to a prostitution ring not only undermines everything we worked hard to achieve for all those years but also takes the spotlight off the millions of victims who are speaking up and being heard loud and clear around the world. While we were not aware of Kaya’s experiences that allegedly took place during her short time working with us, before the group signed a recording contract, we can firmly testify that we were not privy to any misconduct taking place around us. If Kaya experienced something we are unaware of then we fully encourage her to get the help she needs and are here to support her. . .”
Although Kaya has not made any more details of her experience public, yet, she also hasn’t given anyone reason to doubt her.
It also seems none of the additional Pussycat Dolls members are corroborating her accusations that music industry members consistently abused them. Kaya, who was in the group from 2003-2005 also said that they were passed around, and had to sleep with whomever they were instructed to sleep with.
Kaya also tweeted, “I want the den mother from hell to confess why another 1 of her girl group girls committed suicide?”
Kaya was perhaps referencing the formerly named G.R.L.’s lead member, Simone Battle, who committed suicide while the group’s breakthrough single Ugly Heart was climbing music charts.
Kaya states the members of the Pussycat Dolls were “drugged up, abused, and underpaid, as well.”
Kaya also states that she was warned not to tell about the sexual abuse she and her bandmates endured, or her life and career would be in jeopardy. She also says this is the reason she had to leave a $13-million-dollar record deal behind.
Speaking on her ordeal, Kaya also said,
“That’s why I have so much respect for our military. I’ve been through way. But my scars you can’t see. At least real war is honest. Why don’t we report it? Because we were all abused!”