Vogue, GQ, Vanity Fair drop photographer Terry Richardson after misconduct claims

Terry Richardson

Fashion photographer Terry Richardson has been banned from working with major magazines including Vogue, GQ and Vanity Fair over sexual misconduct allegations dating back to 2010.

A leaked email, seen by The Daily Telegraph, apparently sent to editors around the world tells staff not to hire him in future, and any unpublished shoots should be "killed or substituted with other material".

In a new report from The Daily Telegraph, it has been revealed that controversial photographer and alleged prolific-creep Terry Richardson has been dropped by magazine publisher/media group Condé Nast International.

"Terry is disappointed to hear about this e-mail, especially because he has previously addressed these old stories", according to a statement from the shutterbug's representative provided to BuzzFeed News. "Condé Nast would like to no longer work with the photographer Terry Richardson". "Please could you confirm that this policy will be actioned in your market effective immediately".

Richardson, 52, has been accused by multiple women of pressuring them into sex when they worked together, though he has still landed high-profile clients despite allegations three years ago leading to outlets such as American Vogue saying they did not plan to work with him again. He denied the allegations and described himself as "considerate and respectful" of his photographic subjects.

The piece also showed Richardson arm-in-arm with British Vogue editor Edward Enninful at NY fashion week last month.

An industry vet said, "I thought they blacklisted him a long time ago!"

Richardson has photographed countless celebrities, including former President Barack Obama, Lena Dunham , Steve-0 and Lady Gaga, among others - while weathering a number of sexual harassment allegations. Speaking to NME, a Conde Nast spokesman confirmed that the content of the email has been correctly quoted.

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