Country Artist Adam Wakefield Faces Rape Allegation
Country artist Adam Wakefield—who rose to popularity through the NBC singing competition The Voice, and also performed in the bluegrass band The SteelDrivers—is facing accusations of rape from a woman stemming from an incident in October 2017.
The accusation was investigated initially by the Metro Nashville Police Department, and no charges were filed at that time. Though the incident went unreported by the media in 2017, the accuser posted a detailed accusation against Wakefield on Twitter under the username @erica__lynn on June 22nd, resulting in numerous country music outlets reporting on the accusation, as well as other women contacting the victim saying they experienced similar incidents with Wakefield.
The original accusation from @erica__lynn reads in full:
A few years ago I was sexually assaulted. I went through the motions, contacted the police, got a rape kit done, spoke with countless officers and got therapy at the Sexual Assault Center.
I had been “talking” to a guy for a few weeks after we met at a bar, and we met up after a Halloween party and he asked to spend the night. I was very drunk, I assume he was as well, and said yes because I thought I trusted him. Later that night I woke up to him on top of me having sex with me, when I asked him to stop he said, “you know you like it,” And wouldn’t. The next morning I went to work and my coworker took me to the hospital to get my rape kit done.
The following week is a blur. I ended up doing a controlled call with the police, which is essentially a call where they record both ends. He repeatedly said, “I’m sorry I fucked up.” While I cried and asked why he raped me. The following day the police went to his apartment and he told them he thought I was awake.
The ADA threw my case out the next day. My rape kit showed trauma, they had recording of him saying he “fucked up,” but it wasn’t enough since he “thought I was awake.”
I’ve kept quiet for years because I am terrified of him, the power he has and the repercussions of speaking out. But how can I support other women and encourage them to come forward when I can’t even do that myself?
His name is Adam Wakefield, and he currently lives in Nashville Tennessee. I had another woman reach out to me when it originally happened saying she went through the same thing. Don’t trust him. He’s charming and manipulative and I don’t want to see anyone else go through what I did.
Saving Country Music reached out to the Nashville Metro Police Department to verify @erica__lynn’s accusations, and was able to obtain the initial police report on the incident filed on October 29th, 2017. Police were called to Nashville General Hospital where the alleged victim had a rape kit performed. She initially refused police assistance, but after being contacted by Metro Nashville Police Sex Crimes detectives, she decided to move forward with an investigation.
“In 2017 a sexual assault allegation involving Mr. Wakefield was investigated by MNPD’s sex crimes section,” Kris Mumford, Nashville Metro Police Spokeswoman confirmed to Saving Country Music. “The case case was staffed with the District Attorney’s office which declined prosecution.”
After the accusation was made public, Adam Wakefield released a statement:
Recently, I was accused of sexual assault on social media. This accusation was in connection with a relationship that took place three years ago. When she made assault accusations at that time, I gave a statement to detectives and fully cooperated with the investigating authorities. No charges were ever filed against me and this matter was closed.
I am not going to make any efforts to squash this woman’s statement or try to diminish her voice. I wish nothing but healing and peace for her. I apologize to both my professional and personal family for any hurt this accusation has caused, and especially my mother who has dedicated her life’s work to fighting against domestic violence and other injustices against women.
“I want to clarify that he and I were never in a relationship, the night he assaulted me was only the second time we had ever hung out,” @erica__lynn tells Saving Country Music. “I want Nashville PD to hold him accountable. Other women have filed against him, I know at least one did [Thursday], and I have had one other reach out anonymously.”
According to Metro Nashville police, @erica__lynn’s case against Adam Wakefield is currently closed. Information on any further investigations against Wakefield is currently not available.
Adam Wakefield was the runner up on Season 10 of The Voice for Team Blake Shelton in 2016. He caught the attention of many in country music for his similar singing style to Chris Stapleton. After the show, Wakefield launched a solo career, but filled in briefly with the Grammy Award-winning bluegrass band The SteelDrivers in a position Chris Stapleton once held. Wakefield released a solo debut in 2018 called Gods & Ghosts. It was announced earlier in June that Wakefield had formed a trio with fellow former singing competition stars Craig Wayne Boyd and Casey James called Texas Hill.
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Editors Note: Saving Country Music chose to investigate this story after seeing it reported in numerous other outlets, but with no verification or followup with either the victim, or the Metro Nashville Police. Saving Country Music will continue to monitor the story for any further developments.
June 27, 2020 @ 9:17 am
The trio Texas Hill (Craig Wayne Boyd, Casey James & Adam Wakefield) released a song a couple of weeks ago (“Darkest Sky”). The track is…well…was on the way to make my playlist.
June 1, 2021 @ 7:14 pm
Texas Hill puts on an amazing live show.
I try to base my artistic tastes on the art not gossip. Everybody takes a side in judging one way or the other based on reading a short article.
If you get a chance go see Texas Hill.
June 27, 2020 @ 10:37 am
So his mom fights against domestic violence, but he raped a woman?! Yikes.
June 27, 2020 @ 11:57 am
sadly, with a he said she said accusation it is hard to prosecute. what jumped out at me:
“I was very drunk, I assume he was as well, and said yes because I thought I trusted him. Later that night I woke up to him on top of me having sex with me, when I asked him to stop he said, “you know you like it,”
when i am very drunk i dont go to not so very drunk very quickly. for her to be lit and then recall what he said so clearly seems suspect. i am not saying he didnt do this, but she could have easily had sex then regretted it the next day. she may have initiated the sex then didnt recall that the next day. he may have assaulted her in his drunken state or thought she was giving him the go ahead.
the sad reality seems like do not let anyone into your house or go to theirs because it opens up accusations. on the other side, i may have allegedly had drunken sex with drunk women, no one ever recanted the next day. so maybe he did do this.
i think it is good for this discussion to take place on a music site.
June 27, 2020 @ 2:11 pm
A woman who regrets having sex does not go thru the trauma of getting a rape kit done. She doesn’t do a controlled phone call with the police. This is not regret, this is rape.
June 28, 2020 @ 8:24 am
She does if she wants to beef up/reinforce her side.
As it stands now we don’t know the truth but remember innocent until proven guilty.
June 20, 2021 @ 4:30 pm
Somethings fishy, I’m not taking sides, but her own mouth might have sway:
“I was very drunk, I assume he was as well, and said yes because I thought I trusted him.”
“I want to clarify that he and I were never in a relationship, the night he assaulted me was only the second time we had ever hung out,”
Twice and she trusted him? He apologized so there is that.
I am a woman that has been raped, one that didn’t run off for the rape kit. Based on science any sex will show trauma it does depend on the severity of the trauma. There have been reports in the past of woman crying rape that just decided a money pay out was worth it, then there are those that are fully terrorized and just want justice. This was investigated, and yes I realize especially today that the police are not the most reliable or trusted. All that can be done is see where it goes and learn the lesson that you don’t take someone home when you are both drunk after only meeting them twice.
Strait Country 81
June 27, 2020 @ 12:13 pm
I doubt he much power in Nashville not like it’s McGraw,Paisley or George strait that is being accused.
June 27, 2020 @ 12:51 pm
A lot of people don’t like to hear this, but it’s a bad idea to get drunk and invite dudes you don’t know to stay the night. And lot of people really don’t like to hear this, but women shouldn’t be getting wasted without someone looking after them. And if the guy is wasted too he may not even realize or remember what he did. Messed up situation all around that should have been avoided.
June 27, 2020 @ 12:53 pm
I should add that men shouldn’t get wasted without someone looking after them either. But the risk for men is usually more that they’ll do something stupid like pissing on the sidewalk, and less that they’ll get raped.
June 27, 2020 @ 1:45 pm
Another way of looking at it is, no matter what you drink or how much, DON’T RAPE WOMEN. Maybe he likes them drunk so they can’t fight back. Maybe he shouldn’t force himself on women who can’t give consent!
June 27, 2020 @ 2:54 pm
The sentiment of ‘don’t rape women’ is agreed to by all, but at the same time, risk for bad things happening increase when people but themselves in situations like this one described above. We are getting so afraid of victim blaming, that people can no longer tell people to try to smart, proactive, and not put themselves in dangerous situations.
In a perfect world no one would ever rape anyone, just like in a perfect world, a cop would never shoot someone who is fleeing, even if that cop was attacked first.
We need to realize that we don’t live in a perfect world, and go back to telling people they need to be careful of the situations they put themselves in. I’m not saying that to put blame on this woman or anyone else who’s actions resulted in something horrible happening to them.
June 28, 2020 @ 8:29 am
When you place yourself in dangerous situations, you are bound to get hurt. It doesn’t mean you deserved it but you increased your odds. Getting plastered and letting a near total stranger come home with you is not a good idea.
But common sense statements like these are dismissed as “victim blaming.” Nothing good with alcohol happens after dark.
June 28, 2020 @ 8:43 am
Cuts both ways though. I agree with your statement, but it should apply to both the victim as well as the accused. I bet Adam Wakefield wishes he had gone home alone and fired up his laptop right about now….
June 28, 2020 @ 9:16 am
Well, of course, he was a danged fool too.
Cool Lester Smooth
June 29, 2020 @ 4:43 pm
You should be able to go on a date and get drunk without worrying about being raped.
June 27, 2020 @ 8:37 pm
That necklace he’s wearing looks like a noose…has Bubba Wallace-Smollett weighed in on this travesty yet?
June 27, 2020 @ 8:51 pm
Looks like a padlock to me.
June 27, 2020 @ 10:59 pm
these ” he said , she said ” incidents anger me and we have heard far too many of late . someone is always painted as guilty until proven innocent . it says an awful lot about society and as much about the media for exploiting that society when it publicly perpetuates what is essentially a rumour until the situation is deliberated upon FAIRLY in a court of law . and because its , apparently , completely legal to somehow capitalize on a rumour , the damage has often been done long before a fair hearing actually takes place . can we not be bigger than this ?
June 28, 2020 @ 2:49 am
The legal system is a joke. Just saying. There is practically no such thing as a ”fair trial”. Having a group of strangers determine your guilt (especially when there is no solid evidence in most cases), and usually spending tens of thousands of dollars for the privilege, is not “fair” by any reasonable standard.
June 28, 2020 @ 8:19 am
Please provide an alternative then. There are obviously numerous issues with the American legal system, but its easy to complain, its harder to come up with a reasonable alternative that doesn’t result in all of us walking around like its the old west.
June 28, 2020 @ 12:08 pm
It’s not perfect, so it should be thrown out completely and we should eliminate due process altogether. It’s always been overrated anyway. Things would really be much better, trust me. I’ve lived in a country without it, and let me tell you it was so much more fair! So few people were complaining about it, so it must have been. The ones that did complain seemed to go on a long vacation, probably somewhere really nice, because they never came back.
Cool Lester Smooth
June 29, 2020 @ 4:44 pm
Yeah, the current system isn’t great,
The only thing worse than the current system is every other system.
November 25, 2020 @ 2:42 pm
DISGUSTING!!!! How can Jenny Leigh marry this monster? She is ok with this? Oh its for the fame since she is a 36 year old no talent.
June 28, 2020 @ 8:11 am
“it says an awful lot about society and as much about the media for exploiting that society when it publicly perpetuates what is essentially a rumour until the situation is deliberated upon FAIRLY in a court of law .”
For the record, I chose to cover this story because both a victim and the accused chose to address the matter publicly, and since I had covered Adam Wakefield on Saving Country Music numerous times, it seemed relevant here. This story had already been covered by numerous other outlets, including ones much bigger than this one like “Taste of Country,” so the cat was already out of the bag, so to speak. But I was astounded that nobody had reached out to the victim, or the Metro Nashville Police Department to corroborate any of the information. Anyone can post anything on Twitter, and you’re right, without verification, it’s basically tantamount to rumor. Adam Wakefield did address the accusation and validate the information in part. But I felt with the story already out there, it was imperative that someone reach out to the victim, and reach out to the authorities to help the public separate rumor from fact. What anyone feels about this information is their opinion. But with an issue already out there in the public, I felt it was the media’s obligation to verify the information, and present the facts in full as opposed to allowing the story to succumb to rumor. That is the fairest thing to BOTH the accuser and the accused.
June 28, 2020 @ 8:28 am
Counterpoint: While I agree that the social media allegation game is a loaded gun waiting to go off (and in some cases already has), it wouldn’t be needed if so many men didn’t act like complete pieces of crap for so many decades. I feel the appropriate approach to this whole movement is to be supportive of taking down pieces of crap in power who abuse their position for sexual gain, while also calling out the crazy women who falsely accuse men of crimes they did not commit.
It really doesn’t need to be either/or. I don’t want pieces of crap like Weinstein to be alive anymore than I want that random blogger chick who accused Aziz Anisari of rape and then had to walk it back because she was an attention-hungry mental case. There can be nuance here.
June 27, 2020 @ 11:08 pm
I’m inclined to lay the blame for this situation on alcohol – by far the most damaging drug in our society. If neither of them had been drinking I doubt the same outcome occurs.
I enjoy a beer every now and then, but if alcohol magically disappeared from the earth I’d get by without it, and I wonder sometimes if we’d all be better off. Magic is what it would take, too. Ain’t no way humans have the willpower to give it up voluntarily.
Cool Lester Smooth
June 30, 2020 @ 10:53 am
I’m a fairly heavy drinker.
Somehow, I’ve managed to avoid raping anyone.
This allegation isn’t “I blacked out and woke up in bed with him. RAPE!”
It’s “I blacked out. I woke up to him having sex with me. I told him to stop. He didn’t.”
June 28, 2020 @ 2:00 am
Maybe neither party acted as well as they should? isn’t he innocent until proved guilty? Does it not speak volumes that the DA declined to prosecute? Rape is a horrific crime but it is an easy allegation to make. Sadly some alleged victims are not telling the truth for whatever reason. It happens! If you are the man accused and completely innocent, prove you didn’t do it? It is impossible. It is wrong to accuse this man through the media or social media when the DA did not even prosecute. Possibly because of a lack of evidence? Maybe he is in fact completely innocent? None of us know the true facts or what happened exactly or exactly why the DA declined prosecution.No doubt he had good reason not to prosecute. .
June 28, 2020 @ 8:30 am
I’m with ya,outlaw!alcohol is incredibly dangerous,Yeah you can get it at any gas station or corner store. Meanwhile, pot is the most demonized drug on the planet.
June 28, 2020 @ 4:44 am
Anyone else remember way back when “Dear Abby” said that aspirin was the perfect birth control drug? At the beginning of a date, a girl should take a tablet out of her purse, place it between her knees, and KEEP it there! Maybe I’m just too old, but I seem to remember a time when mothers advised their daughters to avoid getting into dangerous situations like this. My next statement will attract a swarm of feminist social justice warriors like angry hornets, but here goes anyway: How did we reach the point where a girl has a “right” to get passing-out drunk out in public in front of potential predators and expect that nothing bad will happen to her? Sure, sure, the predators are creeps, but hey, can we keep a little common sense here? Here in Florida, you don’t go swimming at night in our local rivers and lakes. Just because you haven’t seen a gator, doesn’t mean he’s not out there. Do you blame the gator when you get bit?
Centuries ago in some societies, a girl didn’t even leave the house without a chaperone tagging along, especially if being courted by a young man. Not saying we should go back to that system, but I’d like to see vulnerable young women at least start exercising some “street smarts” and stay out of easily-avoidable trouble.
June 28, 2020 @ 6:25 am
Females can be as predatory as males.
But since societal ‘norms” allow for this kind of behaviour, especially now, well, i say, you boys should get together and declare that,
Male Lives Matter.
In fact, i would say that females are more predatory.
How many marriages take place because, doggone it all, she “accidentally” became pregnant.
Before everyone comes unglued, we all know that rape is a crime.
Rape is not what happens in a lot of cases.
June 28, 2020 @ 8:11 am
If young men can’t figure out times have changed and they need to be more careful and accountable for their actions, they deserve what comes to them.
Look, we can moan all we want about perceived “unfairness” post-#MeToo, but if you are too damn dumb to figure out how to navigate this current world then I’m sorry for what happens.
I can tell you I was able to navigate my 20’s without falling into shitty relationships where the other person “accidentally” gets pregnant. It’s not that damn hard, don’t spend time with trashy people and it’s amazing how the level of happiness in your life will improve.
The biggest issue I have with the Wakefield story is that the allegations came about via social media, which feels like an increasingly ticking time bomb where anyone can hurl an accusation and media will run with it as gospel truth. Thankfully here, Trigger did his homework and other women came forward and seems Wakefield is indeed trash. Good riddance.
June 28, 2020 @ 9:15 am
I would be really interested to know where the data you are referencing comes from to back up your statement that ‘rape is not what happens’ Di
June 28, 2020 @ 8:21 am
I.M Brute …what you speak of is the lost ‘art’ of common sense . If you don’t have any its best to avoid situations where you may be called upon to use it . If you DO have any and choose to ignore it , shame on you !
June 28, 2020 @ 8:33 am
Well, that won’t happen because it means people would have to sacrifice fun and practice self-control. It is easier to blame a product, others, or societal structures than take responsibility for your actions.
North Woods Country
June 28, 2020 @ 10:02 am
Not an angry hornet, but still going to tell you that comparing rapists to alligators acting in the way nature intended them to act is completely ridiculous.
Cool Lester Smooth
June 30, 2020 @ 11:01 am
There are always some weird undercurrents of misandry when people try to blame anyone other than rapists for rape.
June 28, 2020 @ 7:43 am
This is the most disgusting load of misogynistic crap I’ve ever heard. Attempting to compare a man who has the to capacity to understand the requirement for CONSENT from the person you are about to put your penis into, with a wild animal following his natural instinct to feed is both laughable and ridiculous. Are you really insinuating that it is a mans natural instinct to rape a women, because if you are, you have some serious issues that need addressing
June 28, 2020 @ 8:39 am
I believe I.M. Brute was being allegorical in his comment.
Althought people will argue that a gator cannot be truly allegorical, as they do indeed, exist.
Believe he was talking about common sense.
June 28, 2020 @ 9:02 am
Di, I see no allegory in their comment. I just see victim blaming
June 28, 2020 @ 9:36 am
Very respectfully replying to you that i truly believe he was speaking to the fact that everyone needs to be careful in the choices we make.
I understand that this is an emotionally charged issue.
Unfortunately, there is evil in the world.
Always has been.
Always will be.
Everyone needs to think about choices, courses of action, etc.
Try to take a minute, step back, when the choices we are making, do not feel quite right.
June 28, 2020 @ 10:03 am
I, very respectfully wish to add, that I genuinely cannot believe that the centre of this discussion has come back around to it being the responsibility of a woman not to be raped??? Indeed we do need to be careful in the choices we make. Probably the most important choice a person can make on this topic, is simply not to rape someone.
North Woods Country
June 28, 2020 @ 10:14 am
Every reasonable reader is with you on this one, Sarah. Even if the commenter wasn’t serious, it wasn’t written well enough for readers to know for sure and therefore it’s a reckless, ridiculous collection or words. Awful.
Many people act like dating is scary for us men now because of the highly unlikely false accusation. It’s not. Be a responsible, high-value man, and pursue responsible, high-value women. In other words, grow the hell up in terms of what you want and are attracted to, and you won’t end up in these situations. This is good advice for all the mid to late 20-something, early thirty-something men and women out there–stop chasing people sprouting countless red flags and life will involve much less danger.
June 28, 2020 @ 10:11 am
As I expected, the internet has produced a “Sarah” in no time at all. Naturally, she chose to run with the alligator line, pretty much ignoring the rest of my post. Kinda reminds me of the feminist logic in “Deer hunting is murder, but abortion is a woman’s right to choose.” We’re indeed living in interesting times!
So, let’s see if I’ve got this straight… If a young woman gets blotto around strange men out in public and some misfortune befalls her, it’s always somebody else’s fault? She shares absolutely no blame for what happened?
I gotta hand it to feminists. Their perfect lockstep is a thing to behold! The goose-stepping SS on parade or the Radio City Music Hall Rockettes have got nothing on you!
June 28, 2020 @ 11:00 am
Yes, she is absolutely to responsible for her choice to get blotto, for any awful hangover that may befall her the next day, for any misdemeanor she may incite as a result of her intoxication, exactly as would be expected of any other person, male or female. What she is not responsible for is an adult man DECIDING to rape or sexually assult her.
Let me ask you this, I like you to really think about the statements you are making and what they mean. Say for example, you are on an evening out with friends and bump into some other guys at a bar, you met them a few times, you don’t know them well but they seems OK (as we know the majority of rapes are committed by acquaintances). You end up hanging out, drinking, having a good time. At some point in the evening, you are pretty ‘blotto’, and they guys you don’t know that well decide to commit a criminal act on you (doesn’t really matter what that is). Is it your fault? Are you responsible for their behavior? If so, are you more responsible relative to how many drinks you had? Are you less responsible for a crime being committed against you if you’ve had 2 drinks compared to if you’ve had 10? Where is that line? And would society say it is you fault because you’d had a drink? Would they blame you? Or, would it just be the fault of the perpetrator of that crime?
June 28, 2020 @ 11:54 am
I don’t think anyone is saying the woman is responsible for what happened. But the more she drank, the more she invited the possibility of it. So yes, I’d say if she willingly consumed 10 drinks around strange men rather than two drinks, that was a bad decision and she cannot be entirely blameless. She willingly hindered her own ability to give consent.
That being said, any guy who asks a drunk female acquaintance if he can spend the night just revealed himself as a creep. It was Wakefield’s transgression, not hers, and he appears to be paying the price publicly.
June 28, 2020 @ 12:27 pm
I guess my main point is there is, and always have been, lowlife scum out there, ready to pounce on a helpless, blitzed girl. If I had a daughter, she would understand this fact of life, and after a lot of hounding by me, hopefully practice some “street smarts” when she’s out of my sight.
Many years ago, when I was in a bar band, a certain trio of “regulars” won my admiration. These girls were nobody’s fools! When they hit the dancefloor to boogie to one of our fast numbers, they brought their drinks with them, covering the top of the glass with their hand. There was no way to drop a “Roofie” in their drinks. I don’t know anything about their personal sex lives, but though I witnessed many attempts from my vantage point onstage, I never saw any of our young studs succeed in “cutting one from the herd.” I’m not saying that all young ladies should form such well-disciplined tactical teams when out for the evening. I’m just calling for some common sense.
It wouldn’t take much to bring the Justice System to a grinding halt by clogging the courts with every “He said, she said” dispute resulting from alcohol abuse.
June 28, 2020 @ 1:31 pm
And my final comment on this, bc I have other stuff to do with my life… Maybe, if you ever had a son, think about teaching him not to rape women! I’d say thats a pretty important fact of life!
June 29, 2020 @ 11:33 am
This assumes that all parents are good parents. We live in a world where kids grow up with drug addicted parents, where kids see their fathers abuse their mothers and even force unwanted sexual encounters with their mothers, or where kids may not have much of an adult presence at home to begin with. Obviously some kids grow up under these circumstances and can still be good people, but if you are relying on every boy to be taught right from wrong, you are not living in the real world. Even when boys have good parents and are brought up well, things happen and some get off on power, dominance, and violence and will commit these crimes.
I hate having to stress that I’m not making excuses for rapists, they should be given the death penalty or spend a lifetime in jail taking the same thing they gave out. I’m saying this because young women shouldn’t expect that every man has been taught right for wrong, or even cares right from wrong.
June 29, 2020 @ 12:17 pm
And moms should teach their daughters how to behave like ladies
June 28, 2020 @ 1:24 pm
I appreciate and understand some of the points you have made. However, perhaps it’s my fault for not being clear enough with my last comment. I was attempting to point out sexism, misogyny and double standards that there are in these situations. As a man, if you were subjected to a criminal act when inhibriated, would the cultural discourse be centred on the fact that you are partly to blame because you decided to have a drink? I don’t think it would. The focus would be on bringing the perpetrator to justice, unlike the way it inevitable has become here and with countless other similar cases. But the narrative here is centred around controlling women and there behaviour because it is inevitable that men want to rape women. And that is, I my opinion because of the way society sexualises women in general.
June 28, 2020 @ 5:19 pm
my last comment as well . WE DO NOT KNOW what transpired on the evening these two people were together. and by the concessions they’ve both cited about alcohol being a factor ..NEITHER DO THEY. BUT we do know that there are two reputations and perhaps much more at stake and I for one am not about to pass judgement on either party based on the uncertainty of the few ‘particulars ‘ we’ve assumed are the truth .
Billy Wayne Ruddick
June 28, 2020 @ 5:56 pm
About a year ago I had the grand idea for an app called iConsent that would enable a man and a woman to sign in on their respective phones (password only, no fingerprint or facial recognition for obvious reasons) and go through a few layers of personal security questions to give mutual consent to the other party prior to engaging in sexual activity. Obviously there could be some pitfalls, but I thought it was a good idea. Then I did a bit of research and found that there were already a few of these out there.
June 29, 2020 @ 9:48 am
That’s probably a good idea for anyone but especially for those with higher public profiles such as entertainers and athletes.
June 29, 2020 @ 10:05 am
I think boys take way too long becoming men.
Cool Lester Smooth
June 30, 2020 @ 11:27 am
I think raping people is bad.
August 7, 2022 @ 7:13 pm
Whatever happened with this case?
August 7, 2022 @ 7:27 pm
I did follow up with the the young lady who made the accusations, as well as the Nashville Police Department. I don’t believe charges were ever filed.
August 7, 2022 @ 9:09 pm
From what I gather, it looks like his career didn’t die from the accusation.
Wonder why she didn’t press charges?
Thanks for the additional information.