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She was told that her work permit hadn’t come in yet and she would have to stay at an executive’s house until it was sorted out. He started making unwanted advances towards De Vries, including masturbating in front of her. “I felt ashamed… I felt like a sex slave. That’s the best way to describe it,” she says. She would find out that her permit had actually been approved months before. She had to work alongside him at the same company where he proposed both she and another woman have a threesome with him. “We went to a lawyer and were categorically told that [the exec] had committed a serious crime. But the lawyer said, if you report this, you will never work in the music industry again.” Chlöe Howl a British singer/songwriter who was nominated for both the BBC Sound Of… longlist and the BRIT Critics Choice Award in 2014, told of a man who was a key part of her early team. He would make unwanted advances, propose they have sex, send her sexual texts and give her drugs while she was a teenager. “I know girls who’ve been raped, and it’s always a man in power and a girl on the rise who needs as much support as possible, whose career hasn’t started yet – maybe this is her first bit shot,” she says. An anonymous singer spoke to the program about being “groomed” by her manager who worked for “one of the really big music companies in the UK, starting when she was as young as 15.

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