Reality show hopefuls accused of un-'model' behavior

Three women from the Bronx have been charged in connection to the riot this weekend outside auditions for 'America's Next Top Model.'The incident was allegedly

THE BRONX - Three women from the Bronx have been charged in connection to the riot this weekend outside auditions for 'America's Next Top Model.'

The incident was allegedly sparked due to fear a smoking car outside would explode. Hundreds were sent to the hospital after the riot and auditions were canceled.

Producer and host Tyra Banks has promised the hopefuls will get another chance to be on the show.

The three women have been charged with disorderly conduct. One of the women charged, Irene Lloyd, says she is relieved for the audition rescheduling but thinks a bigger apology is owed.

?I'm happy that she is giving us another chance to pursue our dreams,? says Lloyd.?A better statement should be made by her. I just think an apology to 3 million girls plus should be made.?

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