Karen Mulder: Depersonalized Monarch Doll
 Troubled supermodel Karen Mulder arrested after 'threatening to attack her plastic surgeon'
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The Tragedy Of Karen Mulder It came
after she laid a formal rape complaint in France against Prince Albert. It came
after she said, "My job distracted me from my worries. It enabled me not to be
myself, to pretend I was someone else." It came after a notorious appearance on
French television where her various claims — that men at Elite had raped her,
that she had been coerced into having sex to garner better contracts, that Elite
had used her and other models as sex slaves in a ring that extended through the
top echelons of French society, implicating politicians, members of the police,
and other top officials, that her own father had raped her, that she had been
sexually abused by a family friend from the age of 2, that she had been
hypnotized and raped, kidnapped and raped, and raped some more — were regarded
as so potentially libelous that France 2 not only never aired the segment, but
destroyed the master tape. No matter: In a series of more-or-less coherent
magazine interviews, Mulder repeated most of her accusations, and added that her
agency had encouraged her to use cocaine and heroin. She told the Daily Mail,
"They tried to turn me into a prostitute because they thought it would be so
easy. I was raped by two bookers. I reported them and they were fired. Another
time I was shut in the office of [a high-profile man from the modeling world]
for a whole day. All these people who betrayed me I used to love very much. Then
I realized how big the conspiracy was. It brought in the government and police,
who both used Elite girls. People have tried to kidnap and poison me."
Her suicide attempt came after she was packed off to Montsouris hospital and heavily sedated for five months of treatment for depression and anxiety. (Gerald Marie, the head of Elite Paris and one of the men Mulder had accused of raping her, paid.) It came after Marie was filmed on hidden camera by the BBC trying to give a 15-year-old model £300 for sex, and bragging of how many entrants to the Elite Model Look competition — average age 15 — he was going to sleep with that year.
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Karen Mulder, who broke out of her programming and said that the Elite modeling agency had used her and other models as sex slaves in a ring that extended through the top echelons of French society, implicating politicians, members of the police, and other top officials, that her own father had raped her, that she had been sexually abused by a family friend from the age of 2, that she had been hypnotized and raped, kidnapped and raped etc etc.
Karen Mulder, (born 1 June 1970 in Vlaardingen, Zuid-Holland,
Netherlands) is a Dutch former model and singer.
On 31 October 2001, Mulder claimed during a taping of the French channel France 2 show Tout le Monde en Parle (Everyone is Talking About It) hosted by Thierry Ardisson, and with a live audience in the studio, that various people, including top executives at her former agency, Elite Model Management, and Prince Albert of Monaco, had tried to rape her. Moreover, Mulder said that her own father had hypnotized her from the age of two and then raped her. The producers of the show deemed her emotionally unstable and did not broadcast the interview. Not only was the show never aired, but the entire recording was erased.