Supermodel Carre Otis simply stuns wearing a white pantsuit at the CFDAs in New York

    0

    [ad_1]

    Supermodel Carre Otis simply stuns at the CFDAs in New York… in first red carpet appearance since filing suit against former model agency boss over alleged rape when she was 17

    • Otis filed a suit in August against her former Elite modeling agency boss, Gerald Marie, for rape and sex trafficking which began when she was 17-years-old
    • She described months of abuse which began when she was sent to Paris by the agency as she ‘would have strong appeal in Europe’ 
    • Carre claimed she was ‘raped repeatedly by Marie and later trafficked by Marie to other wealthy men around Europe’ 
    • She also accused Marie of supplying her with vials cocaine ‘on the premise that it would allow her to lose weight to become a more successful model’ 
    • Marie has denied the allegations and ‘intends to actively participate in the manifestation of the truth within the scope of the opened criminal investigation’


    Legendary supermodel Carre Otis stepped out for one of fashion’s biggest nights in New York on Wednesday for the Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards, hosted by Emily Blunt.

    She looked every inch in her icon element sporting a crisp white pantsuit with a black lacy top underneath as she headed into the Oscars of fashion at the Seagram Building on Park Avenue.

    Otis, 53, made her first red carpet appearance since filing a suit in August against her former Elite modeling agency boss, Gerald Marie, for rape and sex trafficking which began when she was 17-years-old.

    Gorgeous: Legendary supermodel Carre Otis stepped out for one of fashion's biggest nights in New York on Wednesday for the Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards, hosted by Emily Blunt

    Gorgeous: Legendary supermodel Carre Otis stepped out for one of fashion’s biggest nights in New York on Wednesday for the Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards, hosted by Emily Blunt

    Otis, who is married to environmental scientist Matthew Sutton, carried a white satin purse by her side and wore black strappy heels.

    She slicked back her dark brown hair into a tight ponytail and wore a pair of dangling diamond earrings with a bold swipe of bright red lipstick.

    Carre filed the lawsuit against the former modeling executive in August, just hours before the Child Victims Act closed.

    Bold and beautiful: She looked every inch in her icon element sporting a crisp white pantsuit with a black lacy top underneath as she headed into the Oscars of fashion at the Seagram Building on Park Avenue

    Bold and beautiful: She looked every inch in her icon element sporting a crisp white pantsuit with a black lacy top underneath as she headed into the Oscars of fashion at the Seagram Building on Park Avenue

    In her suit, she described months of abuse which began when she was sent to Paris by the agency as she ‘would have strong appeal in Europe’ after struggling to find work in New York.

    Otis was told she would be living with Marie, who was ‘interested enough in her career success that she could live in his personal residence’ as he sat at the helm of Elite’s European division. 

    Carre claimed she was ‘raped repeatedly by Marie and later trafficked by Marie to other wealthy men around Europe.’

    She also accused Marie of supplying her with vials cocaine ‘on the premise that it would allow her to lose weight to become a more successful model.’

    Strike a pose: She slicked back her dark brown hair into a tight ponytail and wore a pair of dangling diamond earrings with a bold swipe of bright red lipstick

    Strike a pose: She slicked back her dark brown hair into a tight ponytail and wore a pair of dangling diamond earrings with a bold swipe of bright red lipstick 

    Otis said she began refusing sex with the executive and was kicked out of his apartment, and was later transferred to Milan, Italy.

    Marie has since denied the allegations and his lawyers told The Guardian that he ‘intends to actively participate in the manifestation of the truth within the scope of the opened criminal investigation.’

    Carre, who was previously married to actor Mickey Rourke, also named former Elite executive Trudi Tapscott as a defendant in the suit. 

    In her Beauty Disrupted: A Memoir, Carre wrote about being shot in the chest after Mickey stashed a handgun in her bag without letting her know. The bullet hit just two inches from her heart.

    ‘We were on a set in Santa Fe, Mickey was working, and there was a horrific accident,’ Carre said. ‘There was a gun, his gun, it was in a bag.’ Carre threw the bag down and the gun went off.

    ‘I was hit with a .357 bullet,’ she said. ‘It was about two inches from my heart. It exited through my shoulder. I was really unbelievably lucky that is didn’t hit a bone.’

    Legal: Carre, who was previously married to actor Mickey Rourke, also named former Elite executive Trudi Tapscott as a defendant in the suit

    Legal: Carre, who was previously married to actor Mickey Rourke, also named former Elite executive Trudi Tapscott as a defendant in the suit

    Advertisement

    [ad_2]

    Previous articleIman, Carre Otis, Beverly Johnson and Carolyn Murphy shine at the CFDAs
    Next articleAnti-vaxxers 'invade' secondary school grounds and film children

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here