A WWD editor accuses the editor of continuing to dress just like a ‘twisted creep’ after the model called out his outfit.

Guiding Models co-founder Cathy Horyn accused the editor of months’ of harassing her on social media, though Horyn insists she sent him a series of messages saying she didn’t want to be inappropriate, only because he seemed strangely interested in how she wore pants.

She says Horyn held a meeting the following week for guidance to help stylists get Sophia Spiller, Jody Wlasnick, and Jeanne Bouwer to wear women’s clothing as well as men’s.

Stepping in: A WWD editor accused the editor of months’ of harassing her on social media, though Horyn insists she sent him a series of messages saying she didn’t want to be inappropriate

According to WWD, Horyn was a guest at the meeting and she let photographers know about the stylists’ experiences, including how the paper failed to track the dress down from Horyn’s well-known stock to stock.

And it sounds like Horyn was particularly stressed when she found that she had dress for a Victoria’s Secret store and, after buying it, couldn’t find any men’s to stock.

‘It is surprising that this happens so often but we take every step to make sure our writers have the best clothes to wear,’ a rep for Horyn told WNYC when asked to comment on Horyn’s situation.

But the publication claims that when they spoke to the editor, he denied she had told him she was a disappointment, further alleging it was because he seemed so interested in how she walked and spoke that he believed it was coming from her shoulders.

Also set to front the ABC docusoap is Joseph Donovan, the owner of Watchtower Models which Horyn began to work with in April.

Buzzfeed first reported on the colleague harassment claims to the eye of the magazine, though Horyn confirmed to the site that she ‘wasn’t in a good place’ when she arrived on staff in July.

Accused: Guides Models co-founder Cathy Horyn accused the editor of months’ of harassing her on social media, though Horyn insists she sent him a series of messages saying she didn’t want to be inappropriate, only because he seemed strangely interested in how she wore pants

The fashion editor also let the camera in on a photo shoot for coverage of August’s Metro New York Fashion Week which had no plans to use the model.

‘I sent him a message on Aug. 11 saying, “I know you didn’t like the dress but I really needed to see if you had any designs to help you be clothed appropriately for NYFW. I thought you had some ideas, thought you’d understand,”‘ she told the outlet.

‘And it didn’t go well. When I arrived, as most of the shoots were he was wearing suits and his hair was slightly in a mop, he came off looking like a twisted creep.

Horyn also told the outlet she ran into the editor again shortly afterwards.