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In particular, Nygard claims that Bacon paid the poor young women to fabricate scary stories about the Canadian businessman.

These new complaints display allegations that it was Bacon who “orchestrated lawsuits and media attacks … often supported by false and artificial evidence, and was often carried out through payments, threats, coercion and intimidation.”

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A separate class action suit accused Nygard of being a sexual predator who harassed a number of women in Canada, the US, Britain and in his luxurious palace in the Bahamas.

Canadian legal eagles want a class action suit under the guidance.

Among Nygard’s claims: New York is the wrong place because the entrepreneur is not a US citizen and does not live in the Big Apple.

Nygard’s spokesman, Ken Frydman, called Judge Kevin Fox to let the RICO lawsuit changed by the mogul come forward as “victory”.

RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) is a US that targets criminal conspiracies, usually involving Mafia and white-collar criminals.

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Nygard has long denied making a mistake.

“Being in the fashion business, Mr. Nygard is always surrounded by women. He is always honest and transparent about his lifestyle, acknowledging that he is involved in a non-monogamous consensus, “the press release said.

“He has never treated his partner badly, and does not apologize for a lifestyle that is entirely consensual, does not involve drugs or alcohol, and is employed by many others.”

However, lawyer Greg Gutzler – representing victims of sexual harassment – has criticized Nygard’s legal team for being involved in a dirty campaign, calling the suit “an unreasonable conspiracy theory between plaintiff and philanthropist Louis Bacon.”

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