Over 100 models signed a petition urging Victoria's Secret to protect its talent from sexual harassment and abuse, Eonline reported.
In a letter to the organization, Christy Turlington Burns, Milla Jovovich, and other models urged the company to join the RESPECT Program—a Model Alliance initiative aiming to promote safety and reduce mistreatment in the workplace.
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According to the program, companies' employees, agents, vendors, photographers, and other contractors are required to follow a strict code of conduct.
"If Victoria's Secret were to take a stand against these abuses and commit to meaningful change by joining the RESPECT Program, this would go a long way in helping our industry chart a new path forward," the letter read.
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