A year-old woman charged in a lawsuit filed Tuesday that a principal dancer at New York City Ballet, whom she had been dating, shared sexually explicit photos and short videos of her that were taken without her knowledge or consent with others affiliated with the company. The woman, Alexandra Waterbury, filed suit in State Supreme Court in Manhattan against the company and her ex-boyfriend, Chase Finlay, who had been a principal dancer there until last month when he resigned after the company sought to question him about her allegations. In her lawsuit, Ms.
The ballet company announced the firings Saturday of principal dancers Amar Ramasar and Zachary Catarazo. Both were named in a lawsuit filed this month by a woman who said they were part of a group of dancers that texted each other nude photos of women taken without their consent. Ballet officials said they were planning to fire Finlay when he resigned.
I would like to subscribe and I let the website store the given information about me. She is also a dancer, so she knows her body very well, can control her movements on the photos, and she is very flexible when posing. As a result of her theatre past, she can also control her mimics, expressions and body language. The ballerina theme is not new for her: dancing always played an important role in her life.
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Two dancers have been fired from the New York City Ballet amid accusations that they were part of a ring of male dancers who inappropriately shared nude photos and videos of women. The ballet company said on Saturday that principal dancers Amar Ramasar and Zachary Catarazo, as well as a third dancer, Chase Finlay, who resigned last month, "engaged in inappropriate communications, that while personal, off-hours and off-site, had violated the norms of conduct that NYCB expects from its employees". The firings came after a woman who had dated Finley, Alexandra Waterbury, said in a lawsuit this month that Finlay had sent explicit videos and photos of her taken without her knowledge to other men including dancers with the company.
June 12, pm Updated June 13, am. A former principal dancer at the New York City Ballet claims his ex-girlfriend — who sued him for allegedly sharing secretly recorded naked photos and videos of her and other ballerinas — agreed to the racy pics and even asked for similar photos from him. Finlay resigned last August, and two other dancers, Zachary Catazaro and Amar Ramasar, were fired soon after the lawsuit came out.
A SERIES of nude photos taken of Madonna when she was an year-old ballet dancer show her well-formed muscles and perfect turnout — and they can soon be yours for the right price. Gotta Have it Rock and Roll is selling the images with original negatives at auction Wednesday. In one snap, the young singer, who has short dark hair, stands buck-naked at a ballet barre practising a first position demi-plie.
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A lawsuit against the New York City Ballet charges that the company tolerated a "fraternity-like" atmosphere where male dancers abused women and shared nude photos of female dancers with each other. The lawsuit filed Tuesday by year-old ballerina Alexandra Waterbury names the ballet company and former principal dancer Chase Finlay as defendants. According to the lawsuit filed in state court in Manhattan, Waterbury, a former student at the company's School of American Ballet, dated Finlay for a year before last May, when she learned in "the worst nightmare of every woman" that he had been sharing nude photos and sexually explicit videos of her with other men.