Kaya Jones, 33, former member of the Pussycat Dolls, made shocking revelations about the girlband via Twitter. The singer left the group 12 years ago and is now encouraged to talk about the hell she lived while she was in the Pop Group. Jones asserted that the Pussycat Dolls "was more a Prostitution Ring than a pop music group." She said she suffered sexual abuse throughout the time she was in the band and was also forced to use drugs. At first, the girls just wanted to succeed as pop stars and be world famous. The managers took advantage of those dreams and forced the girls to have sex with important men of the music industry.

The executives told them that was the only way to succeed in music.

Remembering the 'Pussycat Dolls'

The Pussycat Dolls were a girl band that remained active from 2001 to 2010. They were insanely successful: they shone on the stage thanks to their attitude, music, beauty and aesthetic. The pop group recorded hits like "Don't Cha", "Sway", and "Beep", among many others. They were famous all over the world and all teenagers wanted to be like them. The Pussycat Dolls not only triumphed in music, but they also had their own line of women's clothing, lingerie and their own fitness video. On television, they had their own reality show, "The Pussycat Dolls present: the search for the next doll." The competition was won by a professional dancer, Asia Nitollano, who later did not want to be part of the girl band.


Kaya Jones points to Robin Antin, the Pussycat Dolls creator, as responsible for all the hell that the artists lived. Antin denies all these allegations and will initiate legal action against Jones. A few years ago, the singer denounced these sexual abuses to the media, but no one believed her. After the sexual scandal generated by Harvey Weinstein in Hollywood, Jones felt that this was the best time to denounce publicly all the horror she lived and finally to be heard.

The artist said that she was threatened with death if she revealed sexual abuse, but she is not currently afraid. The terrible experience she lived while she was member of the pop group traumatized Jones, so she wants everyone to know her truth.

A few days ago, Nicole Scherzinger, 39, former leader of the girl band, revealed a Pussycat Dolls reunion. The news made their fans happy, who are anxious to see them together again. Regardless of the terrible complaint made by Jones, music needs talented girls like them.