Due to the 48 year-old photographer allegedly propositioning himself to British model Emma Appleton, Vogue do not want to hire his services in the near future.
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The famed photographer, known for is risqué shoots, found himself involved in a sex scandal this past weekend after British model Appleton posted a screenshot of a message allegedly from Richardson asking for sex.
The text, which she shared on Instagram read: "If I can f--k you I will book you in [New York] for a shoot for Vogue."
Although there is no solid proof the message was directly from Richardson and not a fake, Vogue are not taking the risk and have made it clear that the magazine doesn't want to work with him anytime soon.
"The last assignment Terry Richardson had for US Vogue appeared in the July 2010 issue and we have no plans to work with him in the future," the publication told Us Weekly.
Since the leaked message, Appleton has deleted her Twitter account and the post from Instagram.
A Rep for the 48 year-old photographer adamantly deny the message is real, stating: "This is obviously a fake, Terry did not send this text."
Appleton took to Instragram once again in an attempt to explain the situation.
"Let me clear something up," she wrote. "I don't want this attention, I have no desire to become known in the slightest. If the account is fake then it needs to be removed, if it's real then he is a hideous human."
"I regret posting it because for what it's caused but at the same time (if it's real) then it shouldn't be covered up, there are too many young, vulnerable girls that this industry exploits," she continues. "Thank you for the kind messages and that's the end of it."
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