Instagram model sued for 'sexually arousing' a dog during a photoshoot 2 years ago

Instagram model sued for 'sexually arousing' a dog during a photoshoot

An Instagram model is being sued for allegedly sexually arousing a dog during a photo shoot.

Deyana Mounira shared a video of herself beside a pool playing with a royal terrier named Hef.

The dog's owner, Tony Toutouni, has claimed that Mounira sexually aroused the dog by "playing with his genitals and masturbating him."

Mounira has denied the claims, alleging that it was Toutouni who was sexually assaulting her by encouraging the dog to mount her.

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TMZ reports that Toutouni is suing the model for "sensually playing with Hef; arousing Hef by playing with his genitals and masturbating him."

However, Mounira since told the publication that she was the one being sexually harassed by Toutouni.

She has since shared the original footage of the incident without music where she claims Toutouni is saying, "just move your ass and let him just sniff it," and "f**k her."

She told her 307k followers:

"He provoked his dog to hump me & told me to allow it. This video has Tony’s voice telling me to allow his dog to take these actions and says, “let him do it, “fuck her” and “I almost had it, go back...just stand there and let him sniff your butt.”

"I felt vulnerable in this situation & tried to get myself out of this environment as best as I could because I genuinely feared for my own safety and well-being."

Mounira also said that the dog's owner groped her while trying to get her alone in his room.

The model said that she shared the video herself because she was afraid Toutouni would do it first.

She said:

"I want the entertainment industry and the public in general to be aware of people like Tony who want to use you in every way they can including, but not limited to, sexual and inappropriate acts."

Toutouni's legal team told the publication that Mounira was "explicitly told NOT to post any videos of HEF as it reflects poorly on my client who is a public figure."