Kate Upton's #MeToo Tweet Alludes to Sexual Misconduct by Guess Cofounder Paul Marciano

Kate Upton, along with notable models like Hailey Baldwin and Gigi Hadid, have starred in Guess campaigns. Jennifer Lopez was just crowned the oldest Guess Girl ever (she's the face of the brand's Spring '18 campaign). But now, Kate is speaking out against Paul Marciano, a cofounder of the company. On Jan. 31, Kate wrote on Twitter, "It's disappointing that such an iconic women's brand @GUESS is still empowering Paul Marciano as their creative director #metoo."

The hashtag #MeToo started after the Harvey Weinstein scandal as a way for women to share their own stories of being sexually harassed in order to highlight the magnitude of the problem. Though Kate doesn't specify what, or if, Paul did anything to her personally or to other models, she did reshare the same message on her Instagram account. We have reached out to Guess for a comment on the controversy.

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