What happened next (again, allegedly) is the stuff of the Model Alliance‘s nightmares. In order for Bowers to look more ‘relaxed’ in his photos, Hilburn suggested he, well… touch himself, on camera, buck nekkid. As hollister outlet so eloquently puts it, Bowers “took matters into his own hands.” Why he complied, we’re at a loss. Maybe the O-face is the next Blue Steel.
But it didn’t end there. Bowers says that the frisky shoot inspired Hilburn to disrobe as well, leading to an obligatory hollister clothing size comparison conversation. And it seems that all this foul play was for naught: A year after the incident, Bowers has concluded that the whole thing was simply for the agent’s own sick satisfaction and was never meant to further his career. You don’t say! Unsurprisingly, Bowers is now suing both Hilburn and A&F for $1 million… which we actually think seems a little on the low side for an accusation as serious as this one.