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Pia Miller says she ‘truly hates’ Balenciaga

Pia Whitesell said that she ‘truly hates” Balenciaga during the scandalous BDSM-inspired child photography shoot.

The Home and Away star, 39, previously known as Pia Miller,  took to her Instagram story on Tuesday to slam the brand.

‘I hate. She wrote that she truly hate Balenciaga.

Pia Whitesell, 39 (pictured) said that she hat[es] Balenciaga in light of the fashion house’s BDSM inspired child photoshoot scandal

Pia has two children of her own, Isaiah, 20, who she welcomed when she was just 19 and  Lennox, 16, who she shares with AFL-star ex-husband Brad Miller.

Last year, the star of Chilean descent moved from Australia to Los Angeles with her multimillionaire Hollywood agent husband Patrick. 

Her Comments come as a host of stars who worked previously with the Parisian brand are being lambasted for failing to speak out after they released a disturbing holiday ad featuring child models posing in its Plush Toy bag, which resembled teddy bears wearing BDSM gear.

The Home And Away Star, 39, Previously Known As Pia Miller, Took To Her Instagram Story On Tuesday To Slam The Fashion House. 'I Hate. I Mean Truly Hate Balenciaga,' She Wrote

Pia Miller was previously the Home and Away star. On Tuesday, she took to her Instagram to attack the fashion house. ‘I hate. She said, “I truly hate Balenciaga.”

Pia Has Two Children Of Her Own, Isaiah, 20, Who She Welcomed When She Was Just 19 And Lennox, 16, Who She Shares With Afl-Star Ex-Husband Brad Miller

Pia has two children, Isaiah (20), who she had when she was only 19 and Lennox (16), who she shares her life with Brad Miller (AFL-star ex).

The disturbing scene was further accentuated by the fact that the children appeared to have been surrounded with empty champagne and wine glasses throughout the shoot.

There have been more revelations about the brand’s past campaigns. For example, the Spring/Summer 2023 campaign included pages from a US Supreme Court case on child pornography laws. 

The fashion house issued a long apology on Monday. It claimed full responsibility for the images of the teddy bears, but denied any involvement in the photoshoot that featured child porn legislation. 

Balenciaga Triggered Outrage With Its 2022 Holiday Advertising Campaign, Which Depicted Children Holding Teddy Bears That Were Dressed In Bondage Attire (Pictured)

Balenciaga caused outrage when its holiday advertising campaign for 2022 featured children holding teddy Bears in bondage costumes (pictured).  

Kim Kardashian stated that she will not cut ties with the brand.  

The billionaire, who has been associated with the brand for several decades, stated that she was shocked and dismayed to see the images as a mother of four, but that she believes Balenciaga recognizes the seriousness.

She She stated that she was’reevaluating her relationship’ to the brand, “based on its willingness and ability to accept responsibility for something which should not have happened at all” – however, many social media users were angry that she didn’t further condemn the fashion house.

'Silence Is Deafening': Nicole Kidman Has Been Lambasted For Refusing To Address Balenciaga'S Bdsm Child Photo Scandal After Working With The Brand (Pictured At The Brand'S Fw22/23 Show)

‘Silence can be deafening: Nicole Kidman was criticized after refusing to address Balenciaga’s BDSM photo scandal involving children. (Photo taken at the brand’s FW22/23 Show) 

Bella Hadid In The Balenciaga Spring '23 Campaign For Its Collaboration With Adidas. She Is Yet To Comment On The Multiple Child Imagery Scandals Engulfing The Brand

Bella Hadid is seen in Balenciaga’s Spring ’23 campaign, which was created for the collaboration with Adidas. She The brand has yet to comment on multiple child imagery scandals. 

Her Kylie Jenner, Kylie’s sister, has reacted to TikTok users who accuse her of intentionally posting photos of her son in order to distract from the scandal.

Bella Hadid and Nicole Kidman, both models for the brand, are being increasingly questioned about the controversy.

Ruby Tuesday Matthews, a Byron Bay-based influencer, has also blasted the brand, accusing it of shifting the blame in an official apology. 

She Instagram user Balenciaga wrote Tuesday: “This is your apology Balenciaga?” This is an insult to a brand I love and have admired for years.

The mother-of-three said, “To my fellow” “influencers”, who are the first people to post about trend handbags and push designer products, and attend the upscale events. Your silence is deafening,” in a follow-up post. 

Balenciaga, Which Is Popular With A-List Celebrities Including The Likes Of Kim Kardashian - Has Deleted Two Shocking Images Showing Two Young Girls Holding A Teddy Bear In Bondage Style Gear On The Gift Shop Section Of Its Website

Balenciaga is a popular brand with A-list celebrities like Kim Kardashian. Two shocking images of two young girls holding a teddy bear dressed in bondage gear were removed from the website’s gift shop section.

After The Bdsm Bears Fiasco, Eagle-Eyed Critics Started Examining The Rest Of Balenciaga'S Campaigns Closely. They Soon Discovered That In The Background Of An Image From The Spring '23 Campaign Was A Printout Of A Supreme Court Ruling On Whether Or Not Internet Child Porn Can Be Legally Considered Free Speech (Pictured)

After Balenciaga’s campaigns are not without their flaws. Eager critics began to examine them closely. They quickly discovered that a printout by the Supreme Court regarding internet child porn legality was visible in an image of the Spring’23 campaign. 

Matthews, An Outspoken Influencer Based In Byron Bay, Has Blasted The Brand For Seemingly Shifting The Blame, Writing To Instagram On Tuesday: 'This Is Your Apology Balenciaga? As A Brand I'Ve Admired And Loved For Years I'M So Angry At This Response'

Matthews is a Byron Bay-based influential who has criticized the brand’s attempt to shift the blame. On Tuesday, Matthews wrote on Instagram: “This is your Balenciaga apology.” This is a brand that I have admired and loved for many years. I am so angry at the response. 

“You still have the time to speak up for children. Your platform can be used for good. You will still be invited and receive your free bags. She added that they would need to have a PR miracle. 

Balenciaga ignored the scandal around the teddy bear photos at first and seemingly allowed the photographer who was involved, Gabriele Galimberti, to take the heat. 

He Balenciaga finally released its own statement, agreeing to his statement and accepting responsibility for the campaign. 

Kim Initially Issued A Statement On Her Instagram Stories Account On Sunday Night

Kim posted the initial statement on her Instagram Stories account, Sunday night.

In An Additional Post, This Time To Both Twitter And Instagram, Kardashian Said She Was Reconsidering Her Relationship With The Fashion Brand

Kardashian also posted an additional tweet, this time to Instagram and Twitter, stating that she is reevaluating her relationship with the fashion company.

It has been removed from internet. 

After The BDSM is a fiasco. Eager critics began to examine the rest Balenciaga campaigns. 

Soon they realized that the background of an image from Spring ’23 was a printout a Supreme Court ruling regarding internet child porn. 

Many critics said that the bears scandal pointed to a troubling pattern in Balenciaga. 

Balenciaga blamed North Six Production Company, which helped to arrange the shoot for those documents, quickly. 

On Sunday Kim Kardashian (Pictured), The Brand'S Biggest Ambassador, Said She Is 'Re-Evaluating' Her Relationship With The Fashion House In Light Of The Scandal, But Fell Short Of Distancing Herself From The Brand For Good

Kim Kardashian (pictured), the brand’s most powerful ambassador, stated that she was’re-evaluating’ her relationship with the fashion house following the scandal but did not distain herself from the brand. 

This Is The July Ad Campaign Which Featured The Printout Of The Us Supreme Court Child Porn Ruling

This was the July ad campaign that featured the printout from the US Supreme Court’s child porn ruling 

They claimed they had given all props for the photoshoot over to North Six and that they were confident that nothing was real. 

Balenciaga still has not responded to questions regarding the inclusion in the background of two images of the Spring ’23 campaign of Michael Borremans. 

Borremans is an Belgian painter. His work includes the troubling 2017 series Fire. From The Sun. 

It shows naked toddlers, some of whom are castrated, playing together and sometimes alone. 

BALENCIAGA SCANDAL: BONDAGE BEARS, CHILD PORN DOCS, AND AN ARTIST KNOWN TO DEPICTING NAKED FEMALES

Bondage Bears Christmas Campaign 

Balenciaga’s 2022 Holiday campaign featured children holding its Plush Toy Bag. These bags look just like teddy bears, and they are outfitted in BDSM gear. 

The children were also surrounded by empty champagne and wine glasses during the photo shoot. 

1669733928 111 Nicole Kidman Is Lambasted For Refusing To Address Balenciagas Bdsm

Many were immediately disturbed by the clearly adult themes and asked why children have ever been used. 

Balenciaga ignored the scandal at first and seemingly allowed the photographer who was involved, Gabriele Galimberti, to take the heat. 

He Balenciaga finally released its own statement, agreeing to his statement and claiming responsibility for the campaign. 

It has been removed from internet. 

The secret porn of children 

After The BDSM is a fiasco. Eager critics began to examine the rest Balenciaga campaigns. 

They quickly discovered that a Supreme Court ruling regarding internet child porn was printed in the background of an image taken from Spring ’23 was the printout. 

Many critics claimed that the scandal surrounding the bears highlighted a troubling pattern in Balenciaga. 

Balenciaga blamed North Six Production Company, which helped to arrange the shoot for those documents, quickly. 

They claimed they had given all props for the photoshoot over to North Six and that their team was told everything was fake. 

The disturbing book by an artist whose artwork depicts naked, castrated toddlers 

Balenciaga still has not responded to questions regarding the inclusion in the background of two images of the Spring ’23 campaign of Michael Borremans. 

Borremans is an Belgian painter. His work includes the troubling 2017 series Fire. From The Sun. 

It features naked toddlers (some of whom have been castrated) playing in a group or alone. 

DailyMail.com has asked the brand’s lawyers about the story of how the book got on the photoshoot.  

In This Image From Balenciaga'S Scrapped Spring '23 Campaign, Isabelle Huppert Sits In Front Of A Stack Of Books Including One That Celebrates Michael Borremans, A Belgian Painter Whose Work Is Known To Include Depictions Of Castrated Toddlers

In this image from Balenciaga’s scrapped Spring ’23 campaign, Isabelle Huppert sits in front of a stack of books including one that celebrates Michael Borremans, a Belgian painter whose work is known to include depictions of castrated toddlers

Borremans' Other Work Includes His 2017 Series Fire From The Sun, Which Features Castrated Toddlers And Babies Holding What Look Like Severed Limbs, While Playing Together Nude In A Large Group

Borremans also created the 2017 series Fire. From The Sun is a play that features babies and castrated toddlers with severed limbs. They are then playing together nude in large groups.

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