Celebrity Bruce Weber Denies Sexual Misconduct Allegations Made Against Him By Jonathan Borge Jonathan Borge Instagram Twitter Jonathan Borge is a writer and editor living in New York City. His writing has appeared in Glamour, Refinery29, Forbes, and PAPER, among other publications. Plus, he's held staff positions at Marie Claire, InStyle, and OprahDaily.com. Currently, he's the Senior Entertainment Editor at Bustle Digital Group's Elite Daily, where he oversees digital covers, features and profiles, freelance essays, and strategy for the site's TV/Movies and Celebrity and Music sub-verticals.He primarily writes about pop culture and style, and has a passion for telling LGBTQ+ and Latinx stories. When he's not working, he's likely waiting for Lady Gaga to announce her next tour. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on January 4, 2018 @ 11:00AM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images Fashion photographer Bruce Weber released a statement following allegations of sexual misconduct made against him. On Wednesday, Weber took to his Instagram page to deny the claims. “I want to address the recent allegations made against me. I unequivocally deny these charges and will vigorously defend myself,” he wrote. “I have spent my career capturing the human spirit through photographs and am confident that, in due time, the truth will prevail. I am grateful for the outpouring of support I have received.” In December 2017, model Jason Boyce filed a lawsuit against Weber in the New York Supreme Court and accused the photographer of sexual harassment and misconduct during a shoot, according to the New York Post. VIDEO: Meryl Streep Calls Out Harvey Weinstein in Statement About Sexual Harassment Allegations On Dec. 5, male model Mark Ricketson came forward with claims of similar treatment in press conference held with Boyce and lawyer Lisa Bloom. Natalie Portman Joins Instagram for This Important Cause Following sweeping allegations of sexual harassment against people in Hollywood and other industries, the fashion community has slowly begun to speak up as well. In October, Christy Turlington Burns told WWD, “I can say that harassment and mistreatment have always been widely known and tolerated in the industry.” And in November, Edie Campbell wrote an open letter to the industry in WWD, describing rampant “abuse” toward models.