Photographer Bruce Weber Denies Sexual Harassment Claims

Well-known style photographer Bruce Weber denies that he inappropriately touched two male fashions who’ve accused him of sexual harassment.

“I wish to tackle the current allegations made towards me,” Weber wrote on Instagram Wednesday.

“I unequivocally deny these expenses and can vigorously defend myself. I’ve spent my profession capturing the human spirit by means of images and am assured that, in due time, the reality will prevail. I’m grateful for the outpouring of help I’ve obtained.”

Jason Boyce sued Weber in December, claiming that the photographer compelled him to the touch his personal genitals throughout a shoot in 2014.

“He grabbed my arm and moved it forwards and backwards, so I used to be compelled to rub myself. He then took my hand and put it over his genitals,” Boyce stated at a press convention with lawyer Lisa Bloom every week after submitting his lawsuit.

“Then he put his fingers in my mouth, and stated issues like, ‘When you simply had confidence, you’d actually go far. How far do you wish to make it? How formidable are you?’”

Boyce was 28 on the time, whereas Weber was 68.

Mark Ricketson additionally made related allegations towards Weber, claiming that the photographer additionally compelled him to the touch himself.

“Every time the ‘vitality’ in my abdomen would get decrease and decrease till I needed to navigate the remaining area left earlier than having to the touch myself,” Ricketson stated on the identical December press convention.

“I felt ashamed and embarrassed.”

Ricketson didn’t be part of Boyce’s lawsuit, as Bloom stated the 2005 alleged encounter is just too outdated for prosecution or a lawsuit.