Jazz Egger a London based model explains how prostitution can net supermodels $2m a night with multi millionaire clients. The moral dilemma of modeling.
Jazz Eger a London based rising supermodel has come clean about what she calls the rampant prostitution rife in the fashion industry where some super models are offered up to $2 million to sleep for sex with a coterie of wealthy men.
In an exclusive with the dailymail, Eger who just turned 20 spills the beans on what she claims are ‘big agencies’ and ‘established models’ involvement in ‘seedy dealings’ with super wealthy men where money is no issue.
So pervasive is the notion of super models and aspiring models sleeping with wealthy men, Eger claims two young supermodels (names not given) having become become household names after having ‘spent time’ with money for money in a bid to get ahead in their career and how.
And she should know, with the Austrian born Jazz saying she was first propositioned last summer after meeting an agent at an exclusive London club, who offered her an ‘image modeling job’ which involved a Greek yacht trip with three ‘millionaires’.
Brief pause, sunny blue skies, gentle patina of waves rocking the uber yacht, giggling on the $starboard….
Jazz, who has 35,800 Instagram followers (AND PRESUMABLY RISING AFTER HER PR BLITZ) also claims she has been told that one of the most established modeling agencies in the world was a ‘partner client’ of the company that had approached her for sex work.
Jazz said she declined, only to be soon contacted by a second man who invited her to a private dinner with a ‘famous actor’ at a popular celebrity haunt where she was allegedly advised that she would need to be comfortable with the ‘natural intimacy’ that followed.
Look out to sea, the Greek ouzo flowing, another lap-dance as the waves rock back and forth ….?
Upon retorting she was ‘a model and not an escort‘, Jazz alleges the man saying: ‘It’s the most normal thing in the industry, everyone does it.’
Jazz insists the agent claiming that two well-known fashion models have accepted vast sums of cash in return for ‘spending time’ with his clients.
He told her: ‘[The models] realise the value of money and how much of a difference it can make. And everyone enjoys having sex especially with good-looking guys. What is the shame? Society creates double standards that make women feel guilty.’
Adding: ‘That is how the fashion industry works’ and even claimed that ‘most models get to where they were through something like this’.
The client, George, even told Jazz that one of the most established modeling agencies in the world was a ‘partner client’ of the company that had approached her for sex work.
He said: ‘All of these modelling agencies are run by hedge fund managers wanting to meet girls.’
Told Jazz: ‘I would never sell my body in such a matter. I couldn’t combine it with my morals really.
‘I still respect those who do accept such offers. What made his offer highly questionable to me is that he asked me to keep quiet about it. This can’t be okay.
‘[George] reacted by spamming me with messages, in an attempt to convince me to accept his offer. It seemed like he was very experienced in that kind of conversation. He sent me screenshots of models who he allegedly worked with.’
She added: ‘I know some models that have done escort work and experienced unwanted sexual advances.
‘When I shared the article, many of my model colleagues messaged me, telling me about their experiences. It was sad to see that it’s such a common and usual thing.
‘There’s so much wrong with this industry and I am going to do whatever it takes in order to change it. It might take centuries, but you have to start somewhere.’
Jazz has been modelling since the age of 13 and took part in Germany’s Next Top Model as well as making the finals of Elite Model Look.
Jazz’s experiences echo sentiments shared by Vogue cover girl Chrissy Teigen has previously spoken out about struggling models turning to sex work to make money.
She said: ‘Did you know there are hookers in Cannes who charge $30,000 [£23,000] a night? A lot of models go there to make their side money.’
And in a 2015 report by OK! magazine, an industry insider said: ‘Wealthy businessmen will have someone reach out to agencies on their behalf to request appearances from these girls.
‘A private dinner can cost up to six figures, so of course the agencies take a cut. Don’t expect your trip to be entirely free though.
‘If you are lounging on a rich guy’s yacht and drinking his champagne, chances are something is expected of you – whether it is a kiss or a lot of time on the dance floor.’
And then there were these assortment of comments that brought a rueful smile to this author….
‘Models will have sex for money….unbelievable. I am sure that has never happened before in the past. Your journalists are so clever to have found this out.’
‘Many famous 90s models only got by by doing this. Then tried landing rich men for marriage. I hate how people praise the industry like it’s so amazing.’
‘It takes a certain type of morality to excel in this type of thing, lots of girls are too nice for it and too many come out of it damaged.’