Czech-born photographer Antonin Kratochvíl, who works and resides in the US, has been accused of sexual harassment, according to Colombia Journalism Review.
Kratochvíl, who worked for prestigious magazines such as Vogue, Rolling Stone and Newsweek, is reported to have harassed a number of women, including photo journalist Anastasia-Taylor Lindt.
Kratochvíl has rejected the accusations. The photo agency VII, which he co-established in 2001, has suspended his membership and is said to be conducting an internal investigation.
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