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Former Pussycat Dolls Singer: ‘I Wasn’t in a Girl Group — I Was in a Prostitution Ring’

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The Pussycat Dolls, founded in Los Angeles in 1995 as a burlesque dance troupe, sold “an estimated 15 million albums and 40 million singles worldwide,” becoming one of the most successful female vocal groups ever formed, according to AXS.

In the wake of the Hollywood explosion over the Harvey Weinstein sex scandal, Jones told her own story — and that of an untold number of other young women. She compared being in the group to being in a prostitution ring:

Jones, who describes herself in her Twitter profile as “Jesus 1st, Platinum Recording Artist, Former Pussycat Doll, NASA Girl, Political Commentator, and #MAGA,” thinks the Weinstein blockbuster may finally be the beginning of the end of the “worst-kept secret in Hollywood”:

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