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Two dancers were fired from the New York City Ballet on Saturday amid accusations that they were part of a ring of male dancers who inappropriately shared nude photos and videos of women. The ballet company said principal dancers Amar Ramasar and Zachary Catarazo, as well as a third dancer, Chase Finlay, who resigned last month, "engaged in inappropriate communications, that while personal, off-hours and off-site, had violated the norms of conduct that NYCB expects from its employees. The firings came after a woman who had dated Finley, Alexandra Waterbury, said in a lawsuit this month that Finlay had sent explicit videos and photos of her taken without her knowledge to other men including dancers with the company.
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Two dancers were fired from the New York City Ballet on Saturday amid accusations that they were part of a ring of male dancers who inappropriately shared nude photos and videos of women. The firings came after a woman who had dated Finley, Alexandra Waterbury, said in a lawsuit this month that Finlay had sent explicit videos and photos of her taken without her knowledge to other men including dancers with the company. Ramasar and Catarazo, who were identified in the lawsuit as having shared nude photos with Finlay, were initially suspended without pay before the company moved to terminate them Saturday.
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Waterbury sued after discovering, she said, that a third male City Ballet dancer whom she had been dating, Chase Finlay, had shared nude photos of her, taken without her knowledge, with other men in the company. The lawsuit accused Finlay of sending nude photos of Waterbury to Ramasar. It said Catazaro exchanged unspecified images with Finlay.
A young ballerina who is suing the New York City Ballet and her dancer ex over claims he swapped naked photos of her with male colleagues told on Friday how she first uncovered the sick messages by logging onto his laptop. Alexandra Waterbury, 19, accuses Chase Finlay, 28, of secretly photographing and filming their sexual encounters and sharing the files without her consent. She alleges his actions were part of a 'fraternity-like atmosphere' at the institution that tolerated the abuse of women.
Getty Images. The arbitrator decided the company should not have fired Amar Ramasar and Zachary Catazaro, who were both named in a lawsuit by a woman who accused the ballet company of tolerating a "fraternity-like atmosphere" in which male dancers understood that "they could degrade, demean, mistreat and abuse, assault and batter women without consequence. Ramasar, a star with the company who also appeared in last year's Broadway revival of "Carousel," said he was gratified to have won reinstatement, adding, "As I move forward, learning, and evolving, I am eager to once again dance amongst the colleagues I respect, doing the ballets I have held close to my heart for the past 18 years.