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The venture capitalist denied the allegations and the ones following made by other victims.

'If somebody is creepy toward me, and I'm the owner of the company, I can guarantee they'll be creepy to the models,' she added.

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For example, Google is said to have 31 per cent women in its workforce with only 20 actually working in tech spaces.

Gascoigne, of Girls in Tech, feels that the hiring of these models prevents the progress made on getting more girls in tech.

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The tech firms have decided to bring in the 'good looking' recruits while many companies deal with a slew of sexual harassment allegations.'I find it really highly disturbing,' said Adriana Gascoigne, CEO of Girls in Tech to Mercury News.