Women Accuse Singer Ryan Adams of Inappropriate Behavior

Postado Fevereiro 14, 2019

Moore released her sixth album before the married and hasn't released an album since.

Adams was a decade older than singer/actress Moore when they met in 2007.

Adams promised to record songs they wrote together but he never did, Moore has claimed.

Moore also described "psychologically abusive" behavior from her ex-husband, adding that "music was a point of control" for him.

Moore said that her experiences with Adams overlapped with other women and they have created a support system to recover from their damaged relationships. "His controlling behavior essentially did block my ability to make new connections in the industry during a very pivotal and potentially lucrative time - my entire mid-to-late 20s".

Adams' ex-fiancée Megan Butterworth - the pair split in 2018 - also claims the musician was controlling and emotionally abusive during their relationship.

Bridgers was 20 when Adams invited her to his Pax-Am Studio in Los Angeles.

Yet five other women have also come forward and spoken about Adams' behaviour, including ex-fiancée Megan Butterworth, who split from Adams only past year and has since accused him of emotional abuse and harassment.

Read the full New York Times piece here. Maybe so, but several women are painting a much darker picture. A woman referred to in the article as Ava, who corresponded with Adams on social media, said he used to send her explicit messages when she was underage.

Adams allegedly began by discussing Ava's potential as a musician but their messages quickly became graphic, Adams often asking her to prove she was over 18, though he seemed unconvinced the few times Ava did say she was of age.

"I would get in trouble if someone knew we talked like this", Adams texted her in 2014, when Ava was only 16.

Adams concluded his Twitter thread on Wednesday by writing, "As someone who has always tried to spread joy through my music and my life, hearing that some people believe I caused them pain saddens me greatly".

The allegations involve Adams using his industry clout to pressure the women into uncomfortable situations.

Courtney Jaye sings the National Anthem prior to the NASCAR Nextel Cup Chevy American Revolution 400 on May 14, 2005 at the Richmond International Raceway in Richmond, Virginia. He has since denied these claims of emotional abuse.

Through his lawyer, he said that he did not have the power to make or break careers and categorically denied the "extremely serious and outlandish accusations" in The Times's reporting.

Adams also released a statement on Twitter, saying: "I am not a ideal man and I have made many mistakes. To anyone I have ever hurt, however unintentionally, I apologize deeply and unreservedly", he tweeted.

Moore added, "What you experience with him - the treatment, the destructive, manic sort of back and forth behavior - feels so exclusive".

The woman all said that they finally agreed to come forward after realizing that they were not alone and that Adams had allegedly treated others as bad as he treated them.

This is not the first time Adams and Moore have spoken out about their marriage.

As Radar revealed past year, Adams went on a Twitter rant against his ex Moore.