The Trailer Is Out For The Docuseries That Exposes Victoria’s Secret

July 8, 2022 / Posted by:

Back in the day, Victoria’s Secret and its annual fashion show was a pretty big deal. A who’s who of “I fucked Leonardo DiCaprio!” lingerie models strutting down the runway in elaborate wings. For whatever reason, the people were obsessed. I guess because… titties? But this was before #MeToo and a little something called “inclusivity.” In 2018, Victoria’s Secret chief marketing officer, Ed Razek, said he wouldn’t cast trans or plus-sized models, and, the following year, the fashion show was cancelled. It has yet to return. In 2020 a bunch of VS models signed an open letter urging the company to “take concrete action to change its culture of misogyny and abuse.” The letter referenced a New York Times exposé that accused Ed Razek of sexual harassment.

But Ed being gross wasn’t Victoria’s biggest secret. The dirtiest laundry is that the company’s former CEO, Lex Wexner, had close ties to Jeffrey Epstein, who allegedly recruited young girls through VS. Now there’s a Hulu docuseries about these allegations and the company’s downfall, and the trailer just dropped. It’s called Victoria’s Secret: Angels and Demons, and if you thought the Abercrombie & Fitch documentary was seedy, hold onto your perky little supermodel butts.

Victoria’s Secret: Angels and Demons will explore the seedy, Epstein-soaked underbelly of VS, exposing Lex and Jeffrey’s uncomfortably close relationship. The people interviewed in the trailer say that Lex was a “genius,” but, for some reason, he gave Jeffrey power of attorney and “there wasn’t a part of Wexner’s empire that Epstein didn’t have access to.” One guy asks, “The million dollar question is, why a gentleman as brilliant as Wexler could allow this guy into this life?” Apparently, 84-year-old Lex denies knowing anything about Jeffrey’s sex crimes. But the trailer suggests that there were more nefarious dealings connected to “power and blackmail.” Honestly, you guys? I’m starting to think billionaires aren’t such great people.

Here’s the trailer for the three-part docuseries, which comes out July 14:

Will this docuseries be the final nail in Victoria’s Secret coffin? Or will the company eventually make a comeback and once again convince the idiots of Earth that their tacky, overpriced lingerie is the height of sexy, sexy fashion? You know Camila Morrone is hoping it’s the former. At age 25, the ol’ crone doesn’t need any more competition for Leo’s heart.

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