Nash told Hyde she didn’t have any nude photos. But said she was “comfortable shooting lingerie and partial nudity.” In that case, Hyde, 33, responded, her photoshoot would cost $2,000. In that case, the price was still $2,000, Hyde responded. “My own experiences have always been professional and I am deeply shocked, saddened and disappointed to learn that other women have had different experiences,” Kardashian West said Tuesday. “He is a vile human being,” Cindy Bowie, a makeup artist who has worked with Hyde, told BuzzFeed News.
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