"We have no plans to work with him in the future."--Vogue Responds to Terry Richardson's Alleged Text to Model Emma Appleton

Model Emma Appleton's sex allegations against Terry Richardson have cost him future contracts with Vogue.

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Yesterday, model Emma Appleton tweeted a text message allegedly sent by Terry Richardson that promised the model a Vogue photo shoot in exchange for sex. 

A spokesperson for Richardson told Buzzfeed that Appleton's tweet was a fake, but there have been other accusations against the photographer in the past. Hildy Kuryk, the director of communications for Vogue US, told TheWrap, "The last assignment Terry Richardson had for US Vogue appeared in the July 2010 issue and we have no plans to work with him in the future." 

Richardson spoke out once against such accusations, but this is the first time that someone has used a photo to support their claims. 

RELATED: Model Emma Appleton Shares Alleged Text From Terry Richardson Offering a Vogue Shoot in Exchange for Sex 

[via TheWrap]

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