CREEPY footage has emerged of fashion tycoon Peter Nygard telling a young woman “I’m your new boyfriend” while wearing a sleazy ‘F*** Buddy’ T shirt.
The video – shot near his mansion in the Bahamas – surfaced after the US authorities revealed they had indicted the wealthy Canadian on nine charges including sex trafficking.
Peter Nygard is seen playing volleyball on a beach in the BahamasCredit: Splash News
He then tells one woman ‘I am Peter Nygard. I’m your new boyfriend’Credit: Splash News
The charges relate to alleged crimes involving dozens of “victims” in the United States, the Bahamas, Canada and other locations.
On the 2008 clip, Nygard is seen playing beach volleyball at night with three or four other men.
After apparently losing a point he then walks towards the camera and says “that was the practice game…watch it now.”
Then Nygard is seen celebrating with his playing partner after seemingly winning a crucial game.
Crowds are heard cheering and whooping in the background before the long-haired millionaire runs towards some young women sitting at the side of the court.
He then “high fives” several of them sitting in a row before pausing in front of one and saying “How are you? I am Peter Nygard. I am your new boyfriend.”
The fashion mogul, 79, has been taken into custody by Canadian police and US authorities are now seeking his extradition.
Earlier we told how legal papers claimed his Instagram model girlfriend lured a teen girl to be raped by him at his Bahamas beach compound.
The millionaire fashion mogul has been taken into custody by Canadian copsCredit: Splash News
The beach volleyball video was apparently recorded in 2008Credit: Splash News
Nygard is seen celebrating with several woman at the side of the courtCredit: Splash News
The charges against Nygard were announced in New York on Tuesday by acting US Attorney Audrey Strauss, the FBI and New York City police.
Nygard has denied allegations of wrongdoing.
A string of alleged victims have accused him of sex attacks on women and girls at parties.
Dozens of women filed sex allegations in a New York lawsuit and he was arrested in Canada under a US extradition treaty.
He has now been indicted on sex trafficking, racketeering and other crimes.
Fifty-seven alleged victims – including a Brit – have joined the legal action, which claims that Nygard used violence, intimidation, bribery and company employees to lure victims.
The charges against him were announced in New York on TuesdayCredit: Splash News
Nygård has denied all of the allegations against himCredit: rnold Turner/Invision/AP
Nygard with models at a fashion show in Helsinki, Finland in 1994
Lisa Haba, one of the lawyers representing the women who are suing Nygard, said: “The survivors of our lawsuit have been waiting for this day for a very long time.
“Peter Nygard’s arrest marks the next chapter in holding him and his accomplices accountable for the unspeakable crimes against women and children they have perpetuated for decades.
“We will continue to seek justice.”
Nygard has denied all allegations and blames a conspiracy caused by a feud with his billionaire neighbour in the Bahamas.
That lawsuit against him was put on pause in the summer by a judge in the US District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Nygard stepped down as chairman of his company after the FBI and police in New York City raided his offices in February this year.
According to the lawsuit against him, he regularly hosted sex- and alcohol-laced gatherings called “pamper parties” at the Bahamian estate and in California.
The parties were “both to promote the Nygard company’s brand and facilitate commercial sex acts”, according to the lawsuit.
A spokesman for Nygard said that the lawsuit was “the latest in a 10+ year string of attempts to try to destroy the reputation of a man through false statements”.
He added: “The allegations are completely false, without foundation and are vigorously denied.”