Former fashion entrepreneur, Peter Nygaard, 79, has been arrested on charges of sexual exploitation and blackmailing in Winnipeg, Canada. He was charged with decades of criminal behavior with dozens of victims, a prosecutor in New York said.
Accordingly, Nyåård has used his influence over the head of his clothing company for at least 25 years to force women to engage in sexual activities with him, acquaintances and with each other. . According to the allegations, he said that women with a history of misconduct have been searched for abusing minors and blackmailing and blackmailing them. In a lawsuit filed in New York City, several women claim they were 14 or 15 years old when Nygård drugged and drank and raped her.
The BBC quoted a lawyer representing 57 women as saying that lawsuits have been filed against Nygaard: “We are relieved that we expect to be held accountable, but I do not want to mention that it is something like this Is what should have happened decades ago. Done. “
The fashion entrepreneur was born in Helsinki and lives primarily in the Bahamas. After the allegations became known, he withdrew from his company in February. In March, the company filed for bankruptcy.
Nygaard was arrested in Wingipe after a court hearing on Tuesday. Canadian authorities arrested him a day earlier at the request of the USA. The next court hearing is to be held on 13 January. Nygaard’s lawyer Jay Prober denied the allegations and called the “conspiracy”. Nygaard acquitted in court, but the first task was to apply for release on bail.