Guess model Miranda Vee has accused Mohamed Hadid, the father of famous models Bella and Gigi Hadid, of rape after his friend Guess co-founder Paul Marciano "passed her on" to him, according to Page Six.
Mohamed Hadid, who has already spoken to an attorney, denies Vee's rape claims and is filing a defamation suit against the model.
The allegations began with a post Miranda shared on Instagram of a tweet by model and actress Kate Upton on Friday, February 2nd.
Following up on Upton's allegations against Paul Marciano, Miranda shared her own #metoo story claiming Guess' creative director sexually harassed her in an apartment that was supposed to be a Guess headquarter, without specifying when the assault occurred.
After they were done, she allegedly met with real-estate developer Mohamed Hadid for what was supposed to be a coffee date, but ended up "just me, him and champagne where he date-raped me in an apartment".
Vee claims the meetings were originally done as part of a test shoot for Guess, sharing screenshots of conversations she's had with both Hadid and Marciano in the post.
It's unclear why Miranda did not post the full conversations she's had with them, but in her post, she claims that they "made her sign a non-disclosure agreement" when she tried to speak about it last year.
"I only agreed to sign because paul threatened me [and] said he would get me disappeared if I ever say anything," wrote Vee.
According to Vee, Hadid has blocked her on Instagram, sharing a screenshot of his blocked page on Insta-stories.
While Hadid has remained silent on social media, he has denied the claims, stating that he only agreed to meet with Vee about two years ago because she claimed she was a fan of his.
"It is disappointing that people like Miranda Vee make up false stories because they want to be famous for fifteen minutes," attorney Mark Baute said in a statement to E! News. "Mohamed Hadid is completely innocent, in every respect."
"There are real victims out there, and we support them. Miss Vee is not a victim of anything," added Baute.
People took to Twitter to express their thoughts on the situation.