Published: Mon, October 16, 2017
Entertaiment | By Paul Elliott

Robin Antin, Pussycat Dolls Founder

Robin Antin, Pussycat Dolls Founder

Pussycat Dolls founder Robin Antin has slammed former member Kaya Jones ' comments comparing her time in the group to being in a prostitution ring as "disgusting, ridiculous lies".

The Pussycat Dolls, founded in Los Angeles in 1995 as a burlesque dance troupe, sold "an estimated 15 million albums and 40 million singles worldwide", becoming one of the most successful female vocal groups ever formed, according to AXS. Oh & we happened to sing & be famous. "I was in a prostitution ring", she began.

Jones in her Twitter outburst had said that the atmosphere was "bad enough" for her to walk away from her dreams. People are asking for.

She also mentioned about a "den mother" whom she challenged to explain the suicide of a member of another girl group which she did not name.

"Tell the public how you mentally broke us", she said.

Kaya went on to call out the "den mother" of the group and claimed that she had a part to play in the death of another girl group member.

Kaya finished off her Twitter spiel with a few more posts about her experience in the entertainment industry, which included having to "sleep with whoever they say". Meaning after they turn you out or get you hooked on drugs they use it against you.

"Why not expose ourselves-we are not these facts?"

The publication reports that the group's lawyer has drafted a legal letter to warn her about spreading lies. While we were being abused & used.

She told online publication The Blast that Jones is "clearly looking for her 15 minutes".

The Pussycat Dolls in 2005.

Antin is especially incensed that Jones would bring up former G.R.L. member Simone Battle's suicide, saying it's not just "nasty", but it's unfathomable and disrespectful to everyone who works towards suicide prevention and awareness.

Amidst the mounting expose' about sexual harassments in Hollywood, as started by allegations against Harvey Weinstein, Jones claimed in a series of Tweets on October 13 that The Pussycat Dolls was involved in prostitution where people behind them made money off of their talent.

Battle had been part of the pop group G.R.L., which Ms Antin also created.

Robin also emphasized that Kaya was never an official member of the girl group.

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