Produced by Sharmin Akhtar, filmed and edited by Petros Gioumpasis
I suppose nothing really surprises me these days. But it hasn't stopped me shopping there today. But maybe if he's found guilty, I'll maybe think twice.
If the accusations are true, I think I would support people boycotting the company.
You know, there are so many big names out there that come out recently and it's just another one on the list. I'm not surprised at all, to be honest. I wouldn't go as far as boycotting it. Obviously they own a lot of stores, like Miss Selfridge. And for young adults, it's quite popular places to shop. So I don't think it's going to affect, personally, my choice of shopping. But as a company, I might think a little bit less of them.
I think we shouldn't really be so quick to react until we know what the verdict is. If it comes to light that he is actually guilty of sexual abuse and racial assault on his members of staff, then obviously it's up to the individual on what they decide to do. But most certainly a lot of people, in light of the #MeToo campaign, might decide to boycott Topshop or anything that's affiliated with Mr Green.