Oct. 30, 2017
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A number of sexual misconduct allegations have popped up in the music industry following the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
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Some of these men have admitted to wrongdoing, and some have stayed silent. Others have issued either denials or apologies without copping to any allegations.
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DJ Kitti Jones told Rolling Stone that, as one of Kelly’s girlfriends, she was beaten, forced to have sex with other women and starved from 2011 to 2013.
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She also said that Kelly controlled every aspect of her life, including her wardrobe and ability to communicate with anyone outside the singer's circle.
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Kelly’s representatives responded to the allegations by saying that the relationship was “consensual.”
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The St. Louis rapper was arrested in Washington on Oct. 4 when a woman called 911 in the early morning hours, saying he’d raped her on his tour bus.
The accuser dropped her case almost immediately because, according to her attorney, “She believes the system is going to fail her.”
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Nelly has not been charged with any crime.
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Jessicka Addams alleged in an October 2017 Facebook post that she was raped and beaten by her ex-boyfriend Jeordie White 20 years prior.
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White's more commonly known as Twiggy Ramirez, and was the longtime bassist in Marilyn Manson’s band — until he was fired in October 2017.
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Addams wrote that she has “lived with the overwhelming shame and guilt of being raped for well over 20 years."
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Real Estate announced in 2016 that founding member Matt Mondanile was leaving the group to pursue his solo career as Ducktails.
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But it recently came to light that his bandmates fired him for alleged inappropriate sexual conduct with multiple women, such as groping them while they slept.
He initially denied wrongdoing, but later admitted in a statement that he took advantage of his role. Several Ducktails shows were canceled.
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Alice Glass, former singer of Crystal Castles, left the band in 2014, but the real reasoning behind her exit wasn't made public until October 2017.
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In a statement, Glass alleged that Ethan Kath, the producer for Crystal Castles, repeatedly raped and abused her starting in 2006, when she was only 15.
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Kath refuted the claims via a statement through his attorney, saying, “Her story is pure fiction and I am consulting my lawyers as to my legal options.”
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