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Peter Nygard | Peter J Nygard born Pekka Juhani Nygård is a Finish-Canadian executive. He is know as a fashion mogul. In 2020,he founded Nygard International, a company that made women’s apparel.

Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard was denied bail on Wednesday and will remain detained in Toronto South Detention Centre in Toronto as he awaits trial for sexual assault.

This bail decision relates to charges Canadian authorities laid against Nygard, 80, in connection with events that allegedly took place between 1987 and 2006. He also faces charges from the United States. He has denied any wrongdoing.

Mr. Nygard was arrested in Canada at the request of U.S. authorities. A federal indictment in New York City accused him of recruiting dozens of women and teenage girls for sex.

Toronto police issued the arrest warrant on Oct. 1, stating Nygard was being charged with six counts of sexual assault and three counts of forcible confinement, for incidents that allegedly happened between 1987 and 2006.

More than 80 women accuse Nygard of rape or sexual assault going back four decades. Fifty-seven are part of a separate class-action lawsuit launched in New York in February 2020.

Every Sunday for years, Nygard would host parties in the Bahamas or Los Angeles. Young women and girls were invited for what Nygard said was a day involving fun on the beach, food and dancing. According to the U.S. indictment, Nygard recruited victims at pamper parties.

“Nygard would just come down and choose a girl. Usually they would be drunk,” said Feralio, who filmed several of his pamper parties.

“He would be grabbing them, dancing with them. And then at the end of the night, he would give me the signal and that meant stop filming,” he said. “And he would go upstairs to the room sometimes with two or three or more girls.”

Just like the couple Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein, the U.S. indictment alleges Nygard had an elaborate and extensive system for recruiting young women and girls to victimize.

“To recruit victims, Peter Nygard … and others known and unknown used a network of trusted associates, ‘girlfriends’ and Nygard Group employees.”

Supermodel Beverly Peele is the latest woman to reveal disturbing allegations that she was terrorized at the hands of fashion designer and accused predator Peter Nygard.

Peele rose to fame in the ’80s and ’90s, appearing in campaigns and fashion shows for Ralph Lauren, Versace, Chanel and more. She also was the face of Nygard’s brand in the aughts, when she was abused by the designer, she claims in a new docuseries.

“I ended up signing a contract with Nygard for three years … It became clear to me that this was a horrible idea, five minutes after I signed the contract,” Peele says in “Unseamly” streaming on discovery +.

In an exclusive interview with Dateline NBC, the fashion designer’s son said he convinced his mother, supermodel Beverly Peele, to go public with her story.

“I was like, ‘Mom, we need to speak up about it,’” Trey Peele, now 18, told “Dateline NBC” in an exclusive interview.

The sexual encounter she had had a decade prior with fashion mogul Peter Nygard that led to his birth was not consensual, she said. Nygard had raped her, according to Beverly Peele.

It was a secret she had kept from almost everyone else. In 2020, as other allegations of sexual misconduct mounted against Nygard, Trey Peele urged her to go public with it.

Peele alleges how Nygard preyed on her and other models.

Nygard would allegedly use a “girlfriend” or employee at his eccentric parties to scout out a fresh victim, who would then be forced to have sex with him — and later receive hundreds to thousands of dollars in cash.

Some guests, including minors, were drugged to get them to perform his sexual demands, prosecutors said. Others were allegedly lured to a secluded area of the property where they were physically coerced or manipulated into sex acts.

Peter Nygard was back in court via Zoom from a detention center for a bail hearing in Toronto last Wednesday.
The 80-year-old fashion designer is facing charges of sexual assault.

At the end of his testimony, one witness asked if he could say hello to Nygard, who told the witness he was “looking good.”
“God bless you, sir,” the witness responded.

Nygard stepped down as chairman of his company after the FBI and police raided his offices in New York in February 2020.

Nygard International has since filed for bankruptcy.

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