Peter Nygard’s lavish and sordid life may have finally caught up to polyester king

Peter Nygard, the Canadian fashion mogul who wore his grey hair long and slicked back, his V-necks cut low and his cravats tied loosely, the man who appeared with supermodels on his arm and held bashes at “Nygard Cay” in the Bahamas, entered a Winnipeg courtroom Tuesday with chains around his wrists and ankles, looking dishevelled, his hair swept up in a messy bun, wearing a grey sweater and mint-green pants.

Nygard, 79, was arrested by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police on Monday, following an extradition request from the United States, where he faces a nine-count indictment on charges of racketeering, sex trafficking and “related crimes arising out of a decades-long pattern of criminal conduct involving at least dozens of victims in the United States, the Bahamas, and Canada, among other locations,” said a U.S. Justice Department statement, released Tuesday. More

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