Katy Perry Has Been Accused of Sexual Assault by Her 'Teenage Dream' Co-Star
Model Josh Kloss has accused Katy Perry of sexual assault.
Kloss, who appeared alongside Perry in the music video for 2010's 'Teenage Dream', detailed the alleged assault in a recent Instagram post.
Kloss claims Perry "pulled down [his] Adidas sweats and underwear out as far as she could to show a couple of her guy friends and the crowd around [them] [his] penis."
He says the alleged assault left his feeling "pathetic and embarrassed" and that females with power are "just as disgusting" as men of power.
Kloss also described being "lorded over by her reps", while promoting the music video, and prevented from speaking about Perry publicly.
In a second Instagram post, which shows what appears to be communications between him and Perry's team regarding an interview, he says he was "supposed to minimise" himself to protect Kerry's image. "I listened and was a good boy . . . but in return treated like a prostitute and exposed in front of her group of her friends and other random people."
Kloss concluded his original post by labelling his experience with Perry and her team as "one of the most confusing, assaulting and belittling jobs I've done."
Kloss alleges the assault happened some time after Perry's break up with Russell Brand, at the birthday party of Johnny Wujek, a stylist who is now the co-creative director of Perry's fashion line.
Wujek left a comment on Kloss' original post, saying "Katy would never do something like that. We all know about your on going obsession with her since the day of filming that video . . . it's not ok to do this to people who have done nothing but uplift and inspire others."
Perry herself has yet to comment on the allegations.
View Kloss' Instagram posts in full below.