And, in what has become a grubby saga of sex, lies and videotape, all involved were being hit in the crossfire of frenzied mudslinging last night. The BBC appeared to have dealt a knockout blow to Elite, the world's top model agency, with Donal MacIntyre's expose of exploitation of young girls in an industry long-known for its seedier side. Two of Elite's senior executives, Gerald Marie and Xavier Moreau, resigned amid public outrage after one was caught on camera allegedly soliciting sex from a young model, and another making a racist remark. The agency confirmed yesterday that they had been reinstated but had "declined to take up their posts" until they were cleared.
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A supermodel also spelled super-model     and super model  is a highly paid fashion model who usually has a worldwide reputation and often a background in haute couture and commercial modeling. The term supermodel became prominent in the popular culture of the s and 90s. Supermodels usually work for prominent fashion designers and clothing brands.
A mix of bureaucracy and budget cuts has not been conducive to outstanding creative work emerging from the BBC in recent years. But, liberated from its restrictive outsourcing model, the corporation has set up an in-house unit to get sparks flying and take on 4Creative. Here, its boss speaks to James Swift. Two years ago, Justin Bairamian, then the director of marketing and audiences at the BBC, was asked to think about what the broadcaster should do when its production deal with Red Bee Media expired. The agency had always worked by borrowing directors for shoots and this was no problem while it was part of the BBC.