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""Bel Ami models are well known among Bel Ami's viewing audience and easily identifiable," the complaint states. "Many of the ship's passengers recognized the models and rumors quickly circulated that Bel Ami was on board to film a movie. The young men received considerable attention from the other passengers, as one would expect. Passengers asked the models if they were shooting a pornographic film, but when the young men truthfully denied this, the passengers did not believe them."
BAOL claims RSVP barred its crew from filming on the ship, despite the written agreement, and booted the models in Tunisia.
The models say RSVP took their passports and threatened to confiscate their belongings and equipment if they did not leave the ship.
"That evening more rumors circulated, and it became clear that RSVP had informed passengers that they were forcing the Bel Ami models from the ship," the complaint states.
"Emboldened by RSVP's drastic measures and negative representation of the young men that was now being circulated, some passengers approached the young men and requested that they engage in sex for money. It was clear that the passengers now felt the young men were not worthy of even the most basic of human dignities. The young men of course refused these requests."