A model who filed a police report against billionaire Mohamed Hadid, accusing him of date raping her, says he boasts about his supermodel daughters Gigi and Bella to lure young women into bed.
Miranda Vee, 23, who also accused Guess co-founder Paul Marciano of sexual assault, told Page Six that she met Hadid at an apartment on North Crescent in Los Angeles in March 2017.
She alleges that she had felt safe going into a meeting with the father of Bella, 21, and Gigi, 22.
‘I thought this is a father who must be respectful,’ she said.
Reportedly, when she arrived, Hadid, 69, had two glasses of champagne out and Vee sat down on a couch facing him.
‘He said: “Oh you’re so far, why don’t you sit closer?”‘ Vee told Page Six.
Model Miranda Vee, 23 (pictured), who filed a police report against billionaire Mohamed Hadid, accusing him of date raping her, says he boasts about his supermodel daughters Gigi and Bella to lure young women into bed
According to Page Six’s sources, Hadid will send direct messages to models on Instagram introducing himself as ‘the father of Gigi and Bella’ (Pictured, Gigi, Mohamed and Bella Hadid in Paris, France, November 2016)
Vee (left) told Page Six that she met Hadid (right) at an apartment on North Crescent in Los Angeles in March 2017. She alleges that she had felt safe going into a meeting with the father of Bella, 21, and Gigi, 22
Vee said she moved to sit next to Hadid and they talked about a number of subjects including her career and his daughters.
‘Then he started touching me, touching my leg and my face and he said I looked very pretty… and very young,’ Vee claims.
She said she began to feel woozy from the champagne and before she knew it, she and Hadid were in the bedroom having unprotected sex, even though, ‘I told him no.’
Afterwards, she said he immediately left and, despite later exchanging texts, she never saw him again.
According to Page Six’s sources, Hadid will send direct messages to models on Instagram introducing himself as ‘the father of Gigi and Bella’.
In a 2016 private Instagram message between Hadid and an unnamed model, he allegedly introduced himself with a profile picture of Gigi, and wrote: ‘I am the father of Gigi and Bella Hadid’ and ‘You are the perfect example of a woman’s body’.
He left his personal phone number but it is not known if they met up.
Vee (left and right) claims that Hadid greeted her with champagne and then asked her to move closer to him. She says she began feeling woozy from the champagne and, before she knew it, Hadid began having sex with her
Vee (pictured) claims they had unprotected sex, even though, ‘I told him no.’ Once the intercourse ended, she says Hadid immediately left
According to Page Six, in a 2016 private Instagram message between Hadid (pictured, November 2017) and a model, he introduced himself with a profile picture of Gigi, and wrote: ‘I am the father of Gigi and Bella Hadid’ and ‘You are the perfect example of a woman’s body’
Vee was accompanied by lawyer Lisa Bloom when she spoke with investigators about the chain of events leading to the alleged sexual assault, according to Page Six on Tuesday.
‘She filed a police report alleging sexual assault against both Paul Marciano and Mohamed Hadid,’ Bloom told the newspaper. ‘We went to the LAPD headquarters in downtown Los Angeles.
Bloom said that the she and Vee ‘sat with two detectives for about two hours’ and that Vee ‘answered all of their questions.’
Law enforcement officials ‘asked us not to speak with the press about any of the allegations nor the details,’ Bloom told the publication.
Vee said on Instagram February 1 that she initially crossed paths with Marciano several years ago, in seeking opportunities with Guess, the label he co-founded.
Inside: Vee included messages she says Hadid sent her before they met
Vee was replying to a message from Kate Upton accusing Guess founder Paul Marciano of sexual harassment, and Vee did the same
The model also included a selfie Hadid allegedly sent her during their exchange
Paul Marciano appears to address Vee’s claims in another message. Marciano and Hadid have denied the claims
Vee said that Marciano sexually harassed her – echoing recent claims by supermodel Kate Upton – then he passed ‘me on to his friend,’ the 69-year-old architect Hadid, who she claims date raped her. Mohamed Hadid has strenuously denied allegations, at one point characterizing Vee as an ‘extortionist.’
He said that he met Vee several years ago because she claimed to be a fan, but at no point did anything inappropriate happen.
‘When we met it was not a date and not once did I touch her,’ he was quoted by TMZ as saying. Hadid, who has been engaged to Shiva Safai since 2014, described Vee’s claims – made in a lengthy Instagram post – as ‘totally untrue’.
Hadid said that if she wanted to make such serious accusations against him she should have gone to the police instead of using social media. He added he’s talked with his attorney with the intention of filing a defamation suit against Vee.
In her Instagram post, Vee said that she met fashion designer Paul Marciano at his Guess headquarters where ‘he sexually harassed [her].’
Marciano – like Hadid – has strongly denied all allegations of sexual impropriety.
Vee accused Marciano of ‘passing me on to his friend Mohammed [Hadid] who was going to meet me for ‘coffee.
‘I thought it was a professional meeting but It was just me, him & champagne where he date raped me in an apartment. All to get a test shoot for Guess.’
Vee (pictured) said in her Instagram post: ‘Why should we have to stay quiet because they have the power?’
Hadid, who has been engaged to Shiva Safai (above) since 2014, described Vee’s claims as ‘totally untrue’
Kate Upton (left) publicly accused Guess co-founder Paul Marciano (right) of sexually harassing women in the fashion industry in a series of social media posts last month
She said that when she tried to speak out about the incident last year ‘they found out & made me sign a non-disclosure agreement.’
She asked, ‘Why should we have to stay quiet because they have the power?’
Upton spoke up on the issue January 31, writing, ‘It’s disappointing that such an iconic women’s brand @GUESS is still empowering Paul Marciano as their creative director,’ she said in a tweet using the ‘MeToo’ hashtag.
‘He shouldn’t be allowed to use his power in the industry to sexually and emotionally harass women.’
The #MeToo hashtag has been used to highlight allegations of rape, sexual assault and harassment in the wake of the exposure of fallen film producer Harvey Weinstein, who has denied a string of sexual misconduct claims.
Marciano (pictured, March 2016), has also strongly denied sexual misconduct claims, urging Kate Upton to go to the police or take him to court
Marciano has said that he is so confident that Upton’s allegations are untrue he has urged her to take him to court to set the record straight. He told TMZ that he cannot figure out what she claims to have against him, and that he won’t apologize because he’s done nothing wrong.
Marciano insisted he had never touched Upton, and has never even been alone with her. He said: ‘If she has a claim, there’s one place to tell the truth and that’s in court or to the police.’
DailyMail.com has reached out to both Vee and Bloom for further comment on the issue.