“The Pussycat Dolls WASN’T A Girl Group, It Was A PROSTITUTION RING”: Kaya Jones Talks How FORCED Sexual & Drug Abuse, & $500 Weekly Allowance Caused One Group Member To Committ SUICIDE

Since the public take down of one of Hollywood’s most powerful executives, Harvey Weinstein, more actors, singers and models have stepped forward to expose the abuse they suffered at the hands of Hollywood’s elite.

Kaya Jones, a former member of the girl group the Pussycat Dolls, is the latest to call out the power players of the entertainment industry for their roles in sexual exploitation of performers. According to Jones, the Pussycat Dolls group was more a prostitution ring than they were a singing group.

Jones says the girls were forced to sleep with men, were fed drugs, and only allowed a $500 weekly allowance while the label and the group’s founder pocketed their earnings. The sexual abuse and forced drug abuse got so bad, one of the members committed suicide, says Jones.

In 2014, 25 year old Simone Battle was found hanging in the closet of her L.A. apartment. She was a member of the girl group G.R.L., which was formed by the same founder as the Pussycat Dolls.

G.R.L.’s Simone Battle before she passed via Simone’s Instagram page.

Before her passing, Battle’s family reportedly told the press that Simone was stressed about her lack of income, which her family didn’t understand because the group was fresh off their single with rapper Pitbull. Battle also told her family she felt she’d never be successful.

In a Twitter thread, Jones calls out the group’s founder and “den mother” while detailing the abuse that made her walk away from a $13 million dollar deal:

Jones auditioned for the Pussycat Dolls after being developed by R. Kelly for 2 years around 2002. She joined lead singer Nicole Scherzinger and Melody Thorton in the 2003 auditions, but later left the group in 2005.

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  1. Why do you think beyonce made it so big, she had help didn’t have to go through half the things I have heard about. Other don’t u sweat and how it works. Why do you think so many is so proud of Beyoncé without the help of her father god only knows where she would be and if most talent singer had that help we would be seeing so much more telanted people but the fact is the fact, she is not the first artist to come out and say this and shoe won’t be the last.

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