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Punk band All Time Low denies ‘nasty’ allegations of sexual abuse of minors by a woman who said singers invited her on the tour bus when she was 13 and ‘tried to take my bra off’

  • All Time Low spoke out after a woman posted a TikTok earlier this month claiming that an unnamed punk band invited her on a tour bus when she was just 13
  • TikTok said: ‘I tell everyone about how a famous pop punk band let me on their tour bus when I was 13 and people tell me how nice they were’
  • In her comments, the woman went on to say that the band members “literally tried to grab my bra for their filthy collection” and that they “offered me beers.”
  • The band released a joint statement addressing the rumors emanating from the TikTok, denying the claims
  • The band also said they would investigate the source of the “false” allegations against them and seek legal remedies
  • But after their statement, another woman came forward and accused guitarist Jack Barakat of sexual abuse that started in 2011, when she was only 15.










Pop-punk rock band All Time Low has categorically denied allegations of sexual abuse by a fan on TikTok in a statement.

The band has spoken out after a woman posted on TikTok earlier this month that an unnamed punk pop band invited her on a tour bus when she was just 13 years old.

TikTok said, “I tell everyone how a famous pop punk band let me on their tour bus when I was 13 and people tell me how nice they were.”

A woman’s TikTok read: ‘I tell everyone how a famous pop-punk band let me on their tour bus when I was 13 and people tell me how nice they were’

The American rock band, formed in 2003, consists of vocalist Alex Gaskarth, guitarist Jack Barakat, bassist Zack Merrick and drummer Rian Dawson.

The American rock band, formed in 2003, consists of vocalist Alex Gaskarth, guitarist Jack Barakat, bassist Zack Merrick and drummer Rian Dawson.

In the comments, the woman, whose TikTok username is mini.grew, said the band members “literally tried to take my bra from their filthy collection” and that they “offered me beers” and joked about her friend for months.

In a comment asking her to expose the unnamed band, the woman wrote “they’re not even that punk, they write songs about champagne and kids,” which seemed to hint at the band’s songs “Kids In The Dark” and Popping Champagne. .’

The American rock band, formed in 2003, consists of vocalist Alex Gaskarth, guitarist Jack Barakat, bassist Zack Merrick and drummer Rian Dawson.

The band from Towson, Maryland released a joint statement addressing the rumors emanating from the TikTok, denying the claims.

The woman wrote 'they're not even that punk, they write songs about champagne and kids'

The woman said the band members were 'literally trying to take my bra away from their nasty collection'

In the comments, the woman, whose TikTok name is mini.grow, continued her allegations against the unnamed band members

“It is with that in mind that we must state with absolute certainty that what is being said about us is completely and utterly false,” the band’s statement said.

In a statement, the band said they would investigate the source of the

In a statement, the band said they would investigate the source of the “false” allegations against them and seek legal redress.

“When a TikTok video gained popularity a few weeks ago hinting at inappropriate behavior within our camp, we chose not to respond due to the glaring inconsistencies in the story and the apparent reluctance to name us.” ‘, the statement reads. “We felt that a response would have elevated and escalated an outright lie, depriving the real victims of abuse of their very real and very important collective voice.

“It is with that in mind that we must state with absolute certainty that what is being said about us is completely and utterly false,” the statement added.

The band also said they would investigate the source of the “false” allegations against them and seek legal redress.

But after their statement on Monday, another woman came forward and accused guitarist Jack Barakat of sexual abuse that began in 2011, when she was only 15 years old.

“I now realize that I was being manipulated by a man who nursed me at a time when I was an emotionally vulnerable child,” the woman wrote in a now-deleted Twitter thread under the username @ATLstatement.

She also claims that another member of the band saw her abused by Barakat in 2016 and that the abuse continued until she was 21.

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