• Jamie Foxx

    The actor/comedian reveals if he's Team LeBron or Team Steph during the NBA All-Star Weekend in L.A.

    WATCH NOW
  • Steph Curry

    The Golden State Warriors star reflects on his youth during Jr. NBA event at NBA All-Star Weekend.

    WATCH NOW
  • Meghan Duggan

    The Gold Medal-winning U.S. Women's Hockey Team Captain gets a visit from the Glam Squad.

    WATCH NOW
  • Dwyane Wade

    NBA star screens his documentary 'Shot in the Dark' about basketball academy in Chicago.

    WATCH NOW

 
 
 

Craigslist bosses removed the ads from several city websites following Siriano's complaints, but a new posting appeared again last month (Jul10), which asked models for a $150 application fee to work for the designer.

Fashionista.com reports Siriano's company has alerted Craigslist bosses to the con once again, and now New York City police are investigating the matter.

Meanwhile, the designer has logged onto his Facebook and Twitter.com pages to warn potential victims of the scam.

He writes: "fyi (for your information) girls i have never and do not ever look for models on craigslist or online. these photo shoots i'm hearing about are scams! be careful!"