The account called for people to unfollow Wang on social media, writing that, “Instead of letting these events flow under the rug, it’s time to do something about it … it’s time to keep abusive in the fashion industry.” is.” The post continued, “We cannot let famous people get away with sexual abuse because they are on a walking tour.”
@dietprada wrote in a separate post, “There are also repeated accusations of victims including several trans women who have been exposed to grape or exposed their bodies or genitals by Wang.”
After the publication of these reports by several stores including The people, Moni gave fans an update on her Instagram Story to thank fans for their messages of support during “tremendous” times.
The 26-year-old then provided an explanation to those people as to why he was speaking three years after the alleged incident. He wrote on December 31, “For me, I have never held my rule. I have always been vocal about what has happened to me. Over the years I have shared my story with family and friends. But on Tiktok My video. There was a moment where I felt I had a chance to shed light on some powerful people. “
Moni stated that initially it was not his purpose to share Wang’s name, but he did so only after learning about “his” [alleged] Violent track record. “He said he hoped that coming forward would lead to a” domino effect “that would prevent Wang from” doing more harm in the future “.
Moni also directly addressed Wang’s statement, calling it a “lie”.
Advocacy group Model Alliance wrote on Instagram this week that it stands in solidarity with those who have accused Wang of sexual abuse.