Former Victoria's Secret Employee Says She Was Left 'Shaking' After Being Body-Shamed at Work

Aformer Victoria's Secret public relations employee is speaking out in a new documentary about what she calls a "humiliating" and "hurtful" experience that she says occurred behind-the-scenes at the lingerie giant.

In the third episode of Hulu's Victoria's Secret: Angels and Demons, which explores the brand's rise and dark turn under former owner Leslie Wexner, Casey Crowe Taylor alleges that she was body-shamed by company executive Ed Razek

Crowe Taylor told PEOPLE she had a "very minimal" working relationship with Razek prior to the incident which she says occurred on a shoot with supermodels.

"In June of 2015, we were on set, it's lunchtime and they set up a buffet. I was going up to get more and Ed physically stopped me, like stepped in front of me and said, 'Are you really going to get more food?' and I just kind of froze," she shares of her experience.

"And he's like, 'I really don't know how you look at yourself in the mirror in the morning.'"

"I then walked to the bathroom and I'm just hot with humiliation," she continues.

"I'm shaking. It was so confusing and hurtful and just like shocking being bullied and harassed out of nowhere in front of the world's biggest supermodels.

I realized this is not normal. This should not be an acceptable thing to happen but his behavior was just so normalized."

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