Woman Accused Of Molesting A Dog Is Claiming She's The One Who Was Harassed During A Photo Shoot

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Woman Accused Of Molesting A Dog Is Claiming She's The One Who Was Harassed During A Photo Shoot

Instagram model Deyana Mounira has evidence to support her claim.

Published April 28, 2018

Previously, it was reported that Deyana Mounira, an Instagram model, was being sued by a photographer for sexually arousing his dog during a photoshoot. Now, the tables are turning.

According to TMZ, Mounira says she’s the real victim of the incident and says the dog’s owner is the harasser. She shared a video of herself playing with the dog on her IG, however since there was music over it, it’s impossible to hear the original background noise.

The celebrity news website has obtained the original video from the aspiring model, and it’s gives her claim some stake.

During the video you can hear Toutouni yelling “just move your ass and let him just sniff it” and “f**k her.” Mounira claims she was not only verbally assaulted, but physically as well, saying Toutouni groped her while trying to get her into his room.

Since the story came out people are wondering why she was the first one to post the video. Her response: "I want the entertainment industry and the public in general to be aware of people like Tony who want to use you in every way they can including, but not limited to, sexual and inappropriate acts.

Tony Toutouni’s attorneys responded to the allegations and told TMZ, "No matter what took place in the photo shoot between Ms. Mounira and HEF, and no matter who instigated what exactly, the main takeaway is that upon leaving the shoot Ms. Mounira was explicitly told NOT to post any videos of HEF as it reflects poorly on my client who is a public figure.

"If she was bothered by the actions of HEF or my client, why was she smiling and laughing in the video?” they continued. “Why did she stay at the shoot for hours after it was over?"

Toutouni’s legal team did not address Mounira’s claims that their client sexually assaulted her physically.

Written by Paul Meara

Photo: Neil Godwin/Digital Camera Magazine via Getty Images


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