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Canadian mogul Peter Nygard ‘hired sex-worker girlfriend to rape underage sons to make a man out of them,’ lawsuit says

PETER Nygard has been accused of hiring his sex worker girlfriend to rape his two teenage sons, according to shocking court documents.

His sons filed a complaint on Sunday in a New York City federal court, revealing the bombshell allegations against the Canadian fashion mogul.

Nygard has already been accused of sexually assaulting multiple women in a sex trafficking scheme that supposedly spanned decades.

He’s known for heading Nygard International, a Canadian clothing brand based in Manitoba.

His sons, who are unnamed in the court documents, claim they were statutorily raped by their father’s “girlfriend,” who was described as a “known sex worker.”

The bombshell complaint filed in Manhattan alleged that the rapes occurred 14 years apart.

The woman allegedly raped the then teenagers at properties owned by father-of-seven Nygard.

During one incident, Nygard allegedly told the woman to “make a man” out of one of his sons who was just 14 years old at the time.

“Each of the sons has experienced, first-hand, the destruction caused by Peter Nygard’s sex trafficking venture and, through their truth, stand for accountability and justice,” the complaint stated.

“In addition to trafficking his sons, Peter Nygard lied about the sexual abuse and attempted to intimidate his sons into remaining quiet.

“But plaintiffs, in this case, refuse to be silenced and, following an investigation in the last several months, Nygard’s Sons have come to realize the lies and corruption of Peter Nygard, including sex trafficking, intimidation, and destruction of countless innocent victims.”

“John Doe 2,” the older son was allegedly raped in 2004 at his father’s home in the Bahamas when he was just 15, the filing states.

Over a decade later, Nygard allegedly “lured, enticed and transported’ the younger son “John Doe 1,” 14, from California to his Winnipeg abode in Canada.

The same woman allegedly raped the boy there – who was a virgin at the time – in the summer of 2018, the documents said.

Nygard allegedly paid the unnamed rapist money from his fashion empire, Nygard International.

“Hopefully my experience will help other people be able to speak the truth about what’s happened to them,” his elder son told CBC News, who felt “confusion” and “shame.”

“It’s one of those things that when you look back at it I see the pattern of it — that it happened with my younger brother — that’s when it struck me,” he added.

“I’m hopeful that whether it’s this lawsuit or the other lawsuits that there will be some truth served because I don’t feel like anyone should get away with this type of behavior and abuse,” his son added.

DiCello Levitt Gutzler LLC, who are representing Nygard’s sons, launched a class action lawsuit against their dad earlier this year in New York.

In it, 57 women – two as young as 14 – alleged Nygard lured them to his Bahamas compound, where they were raped, sexually assaulted and forced to act out fetishes.

Cops raided Nygard’s Manhattan headquarters and his Los Angeles home in February following a five-month investigation.

Nygard has vehemently denied the allegations, saying the women’s accusations are part of an insidious plot against him.

“My client is shocked by these allegations, which he says are completely false. He categorically denies them,” Nygard’s lawyer Jay Prober told CBC.

“You’ll note that the allegations are really nothing more than generalities. Details are sadly lacking. You might ask why that is. And it’s clear from my client because he says it never happened.”

Co-counselor Greg Gutzler praised his clients’ bravery in coming forward, saying Nygard’s sons “join victims and witnesses from the United States, Canada, the UK, and the Bahamas.”

I’m hopeful that whether it’s this lawsuit or the other lawsuits that there will be some truth served

The civil suit against Nygard’s said his behavior is an “open secret”at the Nygard companies.

It claimed that they were “instrumental in knowingly aiding, abetting, facilitating, conspiring, and participating in” the trafficking the minor plaintiffs to engage in set acts.

A press release stated that the victims were reluctant to come forward immediately following these incidents because they feared Nygard would harm them.

“[Nygard used] his family influence and family manipulation, including psychological and financial pressure, financial resources, political power,” to dissuade people coming forward.

At his Bahamas home, Nygard supposedly hosted big names like Prince Andrew, Oprah Winfrey and former president George H.W. Bush.

His shocking “pamper parties” took place there, where the women’s drinks would allegedly be laced with the date-rape drug Rohypnol. 

It’s also reported that he kept a database detailing each guest which he would consult before picking a “victim’ to target.”

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