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Two male New York City Ballet principal dancers are FIRED over explicit photo scandal

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Two male New York City Ballet principal dancers are FIRED over explicit photo scandalPrincipal male dancers Zachary Catazaro, 29, and Amar Ramasar, 36, were fired from the New York City Ballet on Saturday, following 20-year-old Alexandra Waterbury's bombshell lawsuit.
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