- The Stop Anti-Semitism group shared screenshots of Camilla Deterre’s posts
An elite New York modeling agency has fired a model and an interior designer for posting anti-Israel messages on social media in which she compared the country to Nazis.
Camilla Deterre, 32, is no longer represented by Elite New York, according to an agency spokesperson.
The termination of her contract came after she was featured in Graydon Carter’s newsmagazine Air Mail this summer for her role in designing a Chinatown restaurant.
The group Stop Antisemitism, which describes itself as “the leading nonpartisan American organization fighting anti-Semitism,” shared screenshots of its inflammatory Instagram posts.
One of the posts includes a comparison between the “beliefs” of Israel and Nazi Germany, according to the person who originally posted it, both involving “millions of people displaced from their homes” and “enforced collective punishment.”
Camilla Deterre, 32, is no longer represented by Elite New York, according to an agency spokesperson
Camilla Deterre. The termination of her contract came after she was featured in Graydon Carter’s newsmagazine Air Mail this summer for her role in designing a Chinatown restaurant
The group Stop Antisemitism published screenshots of their inflammatory Instagram posts
The post ends with “F*** America” and “F*** Israel” along with the hashtag “#freepalestine.”
A spokesperson for Elite New York confirmed to the New York Post that Deterre was fired from her position on Tuesday, but declined to provide a reason.
Deterre was born in Manhattan and worked at the interior design firm Roman and Williams, whose work includes Gwyneth Paltrow’s estate in Montecito, California.
She is the daughter of Ana Opitz, co-owner of SoHo vodka bar Pravda, a famous celebrity hangout that closed after 20 years.
Deterre was also a key figure behind the design of Casino, a restaurant in Chinatown that opened last December.
The profile said the venue was “one of the best-designed new restaurants on the scene.”