Girl refresh the page and retry. D avid Graped, the British fashion photographer famed for his soft-focus portraits of underage, unclothed girls has denied allegations by a French radio host and three other women that he raped them while they were in their early teens. Women having sex in thongs Flament, a presenter on RTL radio, alleged the photographer, now 83, sexually assaulted her when she was 13 during a photo shoot at a nudist camp in Cap d'Agde, book France, in the mids after persuading her parents to let him work alone with their daughter.
While she did not name Mr Hamilton in the work, she put his photograph of her as a young girl on its cover. She has since confirmed she was referring to him after being contacted by other nude with near-identical allegations. And I can tell you that I wasn't the only one to have gone through this abuse, this rape by this photographer.
I knew I couldn't be the only one," Ms Flament, 42, told France 2. M r Hamilton issued a statement shortly after his name started circulating concerning Ms Flament's book, saying he was "particularly outraged by the total absence of respect of the presumption of innocence".
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The statement said that he would "make no further comment on criminal behaviour that certain people attribute to him and of which he pic not the author". T hey said he could be seen every day accompanied "without fail by a very young slim blonde girl walking up and down the beach in search of models".
His posters were sold the world over and his postcards were on sale in all the seaside resort's shops. He had by then sold dozens of photographic books with combined sales well into the millions, five feature films, countless magazine publishings and museum and gallery exhibitions.