Fashion photographer Terry Richardson has been blacklisted from Condé Nast International, which will no longer publish his work on media properties like British Vogue and GQ, London’s Telegraph reported Monday.
The move follows Anna Wintour’s U.S. edition of Vogue, which previously stopped employing the photographer over charges of sexual harassment.
“The last assignment Terry Richardson had for U.S. Vogue appeared in the July 2010 issue and we have no plans to work with him in the future,” a spokesman for Vogue told TheWrap in 2014. (On Tuesday, a spokesman confirmed that Richardson still was on the magazine’s do-not-hire list.)
Media representatives for Condé Nast International did not respond to requests for comment on Tuesday. Richardson’s agent also did not respond to an email for comment.
News of Richardson’s fall from grace circulated in an email around the company, the Telegraph wrote, adding that any of his work already submitted but not yet published must now be withdrawn or replaced with other material.
Richardson, whose images often push the envelope in terms of provocative sexuality, has long been dogged by allegations that he exploits and harasses young models, a charge that he has denied.