The perv celebrity photographer who is also a serial sexual assaulter is now being called out by several female celebrities for the same kinds of things he did to dozens of other women.
Essentially forcing and cornering female celebrities to pose naked.
Alicia Keys: Photographer Terry Richardson manipulated me like a teenager!
Alicia Keys suggested that she was sexually manipulated by dishonored photographer Terry Richardson when she was a teenager, MTO News discovered.
The beautiful singer says she felt “manipulated,quot; and “objectified,quot; by Terry, who made her open her shirt and drop the top of her jeans.
Alicia made the staggering accusations in her new book, “More Myself,” when the photographer convinced the teen singer’s team that she needed to photograph her alone. Terry allegedly said to her, “Open your shirt a little bit,quot; and “pull the top of your jeans down a little.”
“My spirit is screaming that something is wrong, that this feels shoddy. But my protests, lodged in the back of my throat, cannot come out, “Keys writes.” I swallow my doubts, put my thumb between the denim and my skin, and I obey. ” – Source
Alicia Keys felt ‘manipulated and objectified’ by photographer in 2000 shoot when she was 19 … as Oprah says she has ‘deep admiration and love for’ songstress
Alicia Keys says a photographer left her feeling shamed, manipulated and objectified earlier in her career by pushing her boundaries into uncomfortable territory during a shoot 20 years ago.
‘This isn’t about me showing some skin, which I’ll do on my own terms, for my own purposes, in the coming years,’ the 39-year-old singer wrote in her new book More Myself: A Journey. ‘It’s about feeling manipulated. It’s about being objectified.’
Keys recalled the 2000 incident in which a photographer – who she did not name -asked her to partially disrobe and insisted they be alone on set.
The Empire State of Mind artist said the photographer told her reps that the shoot needed to be with him alone.
‘When I emerge from the dressing room, there’s just the two of us on set,’ Keys wrote in her memoir. ‘”Open up your shirt a little,” he directs while firing off a flurry of camera snaps.
‘My spirit is screaming that something is wrong, that this feels sleazy. But my protests, lodged in the back of my throat, can’t make their way out.’
The Grammy-winner wrote in vivid detail how the photographer continued to push her into uncomfortable territory at a time she was an up-and-coming artist. (It happened the year before she released her smash-hit debut album, 2001’s Songs in A Minor.) – Source