Peter Nygard, Canadian clothing manufacturer, accused of raping 10 women in civil class-action lawsuit

WARNING: This story contains disturbing details. Ten women filed a civil class-action lawsuit Thursday accusing one of Canada’s wealthiest businessmen and clothing manufaturers, Peter Nygard, of raping them at his seaside mansion in the Bahamas, and operating what they refer to as a “sex trafficking ring."

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