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American Apparel Reveals NSFW Alleged Messages Between Ex-CEO and Staff: "Daddy Is So Excited to Play"

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American Apparel chair Colleen Brown has filed court documents alleging that Dov Charney used company equipment to send inappropriate texts and emails to employees.

The saga between American Apparel and ex-CEO Dov Charney continues. This time, Colleen Brown, the chair of American Apparel's board, has filed court documents that allege Charney used company devices to send inappropriate texts and emails to employees, reported BuzzFeed.

Warning: The messages are extremely graphic.

According to court documents, the messages include: "Daddy is so excited to play with the most little tiny blonde cum kitten in the whole school," "Should I unload my cock now??? Like a filthy pig?" and "The feeling of your spit dripping down my ass crack would drive me crazy."

The court filings submitted by Brown allege that Charney "frequently engaged in inappropriate sexual banter, infantilizing women and referring to himself as Daddy." Brown also claimed that the ousted founder would use a company computer and network server to save videos and images of himself "engaged in all manner of sexual behavior with numerous models and employees."

Charney has been criticized for alleged sexual misconduct in the past.

The new documents were filed Friday, in response to a defamation lawsuit filed by Charney in his attempt to win back the company.

In response to Brown's allegations, Charney's lawyer, Keith Fink, said that "much of this information and allegations are completely false," adding that management is "desperately trying to distort public attention to the fact that Mr. Charney’s firing was illegal."

In addition to American Apparel's ongoing battle with Charney, the company has not been performing well with its sales, having lost $26.4 million in the first quarter of 2015 (with sales down 9 percent).

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