A prominent modeling agency in New York has dropped Camilla Deterre from its lineup after remarks she made on an Instagram post comparing Israel to Nazi Germany.
The post also contained captions saying “F— America” and “F— Israel,” along with a #freepalestine hashtag.
A spokesperson from Elite New York, which represented Deterre, told the New York Post that she was dropped by the agency on Tuesday. The spokesperson did not elaborate on the reason, per the Post.
Deterre’s social media accounts have been deleted, according to the Post.
The group StopAntisemitism said in post on X, formerly Twitter, that they were “horrified” for those who worked with Deterre.
The New York fashion model was born in Manhattan, according to previous profiles and current internet reports. She also worked as an interior designer for Roman and Williams, including for designs on Gwyneth Paltrow’s home in California and the Boom Boom Room cocktail lounge in New York City.
Deterre is also the daughter of Ana Opitz, who once was a co-owner of the SoHo vodka bar Pravda with Keith McNally. After the Oct. 7 attacks by Hamas on Israel, McNally came under attack after saying people should “listen to the other side.”
“The More Utterly Repugnant The Facts, The Greater The Responsibility Becomes To Listen To The Other Side,” McNally wrote upon a post that depicted rockets flying into Israel on the day of the attacks.