Mohamed Hadid Accused Of Sexual Assault, Name-Dropping Daughters For Sex

Mohamed Hadid, father to Gigi and Bella Hadid, has been accused of using his daughters’ status to lure young women into sex.

The allegation comes from model Miranda Vee, who on Tuesday filed a police report accusing Hadid of sexual assault.

Speaking to Page Six, Vee said she was introduced to Hadid through Guess co-founder Paul Marciano, and that the pair met last year at a Los Angeles apartment.

In a now-deleted Instagram post, Vee added “I thought it was a professional meeting but It was just me, him & champagne”.

Vee told Page Six “I sat on a couch facing him across the table. He said, ‘Oh you’re so far, why don’t you sit closer?’”

She stated they were discussing her career when “Mohamed said he was headed to the airport to pick Gigi up, and that he was going to Paris with her,” and that he invited her with him.

Hadid began touching her, Vee said, adding that she felt impaired by the alcohol. Vee alleged the pair then had unprotected sex despite the fact “I told him no.”

She stated Hadid left immediately afterwards, and that despite exchanging texts, they never saw each other again.

Attorney Lisa Bloom confirmed to the publication that Vee had filed a police report containing those allegations, and further allegations against Marciano, to the Los Angeles Police Department.

Page Six cited another source who provided a conversation via Instagram direct messages, allegedly showing Hadid introducing himself to a model by stating he is Gigi’s father. Hadid allegedly told the same model “You are the perfect example of a woman’s body.”

Hadid strongly denied the allegations, telling The New York Post “I have four daughters, so I am very respectful toward women and I understand all this, but at the same time there are a lot of false accusations that are damaging to certain people.”

Earlier, Hadid told TMZ he never touched Vee, and that he was considering defamation action against her over the claims.

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