Famed shutterbug Bruce Weber was sued by model Jason Boyce in December of 2017 for sexual harassment, and now more models are joining the growing chorus of voices accusing him of predation.
In January, 15 models supported Boyce's story, and spoke with The New York Times about his "unnecessary nudity and coercive sexual behavior."
On Friday, five more models represented by attorney Lisa Bloom have anonymously filed suit in the Southern District of New York, calling Weber a "serial sexual predator" who "exploited his prominence and influence to manipulate men into submitting to his sexual advances."
Weber executed an eerily similar m.o. with all of them, launching a "breathing exercise" that would eventually lead to him touching their genitals.
Weber’s lawyer tells Page Six: "These new allegations are outrageous. Bruce Weber has never lured, recruited or forced anyone to do anything and has never inappropriately touched a model. This lawsuit is nothing more than a media-hungry lawyer’s attempt to extort Mr. Weber."