The account required individuals to unfollow Wang on social networks, composing, “Instead of letting these occurrences be swept under the rug, it is time to do something about this… It is time to hold abusers in the fashion industry accountable.” The post continued, “We can’t let famous people get away with sexual assault just because they’re on a pedestal.”
@dietprada composed in a different post, “There are also repeat allegations of victims, including several trans women, being groped or having their bodies or genitals exposed by Wang.”
Following the publication of these reports by numerous outlets, consisting of People, Mooney offered an upgrade on his Instagram Story to thank fans for messages of assistance throughout an “overwhelming” time.
The 26 years of age then supplied a description to those questioning why he was speaking up 3 years after the supposed event. He composed on Dec. 31, “For me, I’ve never kept mine secret. I have always been vocal about what happened to me, over the years I’ve shared my story with close family and friends. But my video on TikTok was a moment where I felt I had a chance to shed some light on what some powerful people do.”
Mooney stated it wasn’t his objective to share Wang’s name at first, however that he just did so after learning more about “his [alleged] violent performance history.” He included that he hopes that by stepping forward, there will be a “domino effect” that will avoid Wang from “causing any more harm in the future.”
Mooney likewise dealt with Wang’s declaration straight, calling it “lies.”
The advocacy group Model Alliance composed on Instagram today that it is standing in uniformity with those that have actually implicated Wang of sexual assault.