What to Know
- Two fired dancers and a donor have been added to a woman's NYC Ballet lawsuit alleging the sharing of nude photos and videos
- Her lawyer said dancers the dancer as well as the donor participated in the unlawful sharing of photos of women taken without their consent
- The dancers were fired, but both said they would fight to be reinstated; Efforts to reach the donor weren't immediately successful
A woman who sued the New York City Ballet company over the sharing of nude photos and videos is amending her lawsuit to add two fired dancers and a donor as defendants.
A lawyer for Alexandra Waterbury said dancers Amar Ramasar and Zachary Catazaro as well as donor Jared Longhitano participated in the unlawful sharing of nude photos of women taken without their consent.
Ramasar and Catazaro were fired by the company on Saturday. Both said they would fight to be reinstated.
Efforts to reach Longhitano for comment weren't immediately successful.
Waterbury's attorney, Jordan Merson, said City Ballet should return the money that Longhitano donated.
A City Ballet spokesman said Longhitano donated $12,000 to the company between 2010 and 2016.