Ryan Adams Accused of Sexual Misconduct, Emotional Abuse by Seven Women

Ryan Adams has been accused of sexual misconduct and emotional abuse in a damning New York Times report where several women, including Adams’ ex-wife Mandy Moore and emerging artist Phoebe Bridgers , claim that the singer-songwriter would turn offers to help their career into sexual advances and would emotionally abuse women with whom he was in relationships.

At the time, “Ava” lived in Ohio, where it is “a felony to solicit, exchange or possess any material that shows a person under 18 engaging in sexual activity.”

During a writing session, Adams allegedly made advances toward Jaye — “I just shut myself off,” she told the Times — and the two ended up in bed together but didn’t have sex.

According to the article, Adams initially offered to record some of Bridgers’ songs at the studio and invited her to open for him on an upcoming tour, and the two soon began a romantic relationship.

However, Bridgers claims Adams would later demand she “leave social situations to have phone sex, and threatening suicide if she didn’t reply immediately,” the Times writes.

A rep for Adams did not immediately reply to Rolling Stone ‘s request for comment, though the musician’s tone shifted from defiant to apologetic in statements throughout the day.

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