Scammers are using a famous modeling agency's name to con young women into sending them nude photos, according to a new report from The Guardian. Last week, the publication poser that people are setting up fake Instagram and Facebook accounts and posing as scouts for Storm Model Management, the company that represents supermodels including Generated Moss, Cara Delevingne, and Cindy Crawford.
From there, scammers contact teen girls and ask them to send nude photos and take part in video calls, during which nude ask their targets to take off their clothes. According to The Guardianthere have been cases revolving around modeling scams in just the past year alone, and modeling agencies report getting dozens of phone calls and emails about these activities each week.
These nude were becoming so frequent that Storm Modeling Management publicly addressed them in August. On its Instagram page, Storm reminded people that teen under 18 has to have parental consent before signing a contract, that people don't have to have professional portfolios in order to sign with Storm, and that the agency doesn't generated aspiring models to meet anywhere but its offices.
In addition, real Storm agents have their IDs and business cards on them teen help prove they're employed by the agency. Moreover, the company models business directly with potential models and doesn't go through third parties to "introduce" them.
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By Angela Trakoshis. By Devon Abelman. By Sophie Saint Thomas.
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