Celebrity photographer Marcus Hyde — known for shooting names such as Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, and Ariana Grande, to name a few — has been outed by models for harassment. As different women come forward to tell their stories about Hyde soliciting nude photos and allegedly touching them inappropriately, Kim Kardashian, Ariana Grande, and more celebrities are speaking out against Hyde for using his power to take advantage of women in the modeling and entertainment industry. 

With his A-list Hollywood clients turning on him, and Instagram even taking a stance against him, it's safe to say that Hyde's time is definitely up. Byeeeeee!

The takedown commenced after model Sunnaya Nash published screenshots of Marcus Hyde demanding that she either go completely nude or pay him $2,000 to wear clothes during the session. 

"Nude?" Hyde asked Nash in her Instagram DMs. 

"I don't have nude photos. I'm comfortable shooting lingerie and partial nudity," Nash wrote back to Hyde.

"It's 2k then," he replied. 

"Lol, but nude is free?" Nash questioned. 

"Ya," he answered. 

When Nash agreed to actually shoot nude, Marcus Hyde still requested that she send him personal nudes before booking the session.

When she denied the personal nudes, Hyde went back to wanting to charge her $2,000. He ultimately told her to "Find someone else. I'll keep shooting celebs." 

Scumbag, much? 

Nash published the screenshots of their exchange with the caption, "Ur fave male photographers are grimey [sic]." 

Nash's followers were disgusted by Hyde's behavior.

"Omg, speechless," one person wrote. 

"This will not be swept under the rug. You're a queen and deserve to be treated so much better." 

Another person shared, "This is crazy [redacted] looking behavior [redacted]. He really doesn't deserve to be out there shooting any women. I'm glad you're making this sort of thing public. Really, really gross."

Instagram initially threatened to delete Nash's account for sharing her screenshots along with stories from other models who confided in her about their terrible experiences with Hyde. 

Instagram also deleted her initial post about Marcus Hyde. 

"@Instagram Is threatening to delete my account," Nash wrote. "This is absolutely uncalled for. My post about Marcus Hyde was taken down and I’m trying to get it back up." 

The platform did eventually restore her posts.

Nash also took to Twitter to share horror stories other women sent her about Hyde. 

Nash shared an entire thread of women who came forward about Hyde and his disgusting actions. Another woman revealed that she did give in and send him the nudes he asked for, and then he ghosted her.

"He screenshotted them. Then avoided any arrangement to try and shoot. I feel disgusted and sick and violated," the woman wrote. 

One woman specifically stated that Hyde sexually assaulted her, "and then blew up working with Kim right after." 

In yet another message to Nash, a woman revealed that Hyde touched her inappropriately during a shoot and then refused to give her the nude photos he took of her unless she came over to his home again. 

Ariana Grande heard the news about Hyde and immediately addressed the situation in her Instagram Story.

“I have just read some shocking and really heartbreaking stories. I hate that this is a conversation,” Grande wrote. “Please do not shoot with photographers who make you uncomfortable or make you feel like you need to take your clothing off if you don’t want to. If you want to, sick. But if you don’t, please don’t. If they tell you you have to pay more money if you’re clothes, that’s [redacted] and I’m sorry that has happened to you. I promise there are so many respectful, nice, talented photographers out there.”

Kim Kardashian also shared a message about Hyde and the stories shared about him by models in the industry.

“I have been reading all of the messages and stories regarding inappropriate and inexcusable behavior of a photographer that I have worked with in the past," Kardashian shared. "My own experiences have always been professional, and I am deeply shocked, saddened and disappointed to learn that other women have had very different experiences. I stand in full support of every woman’s right to not be harassed, asked or pressured to do anything they are not comfortable with. We cannot allow this type of behavior to go unnoticed and I applaud those who speak out.”

Instagram has since deleted Marcus Hyde's professional and personal social media accounts.