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PopWrapped | Music

Falling In Reverse's Frontman Ronnie Radke Accused Of Sexual Assault By Fan

Shannon Beaty | PopWrapped Author

Shannon Beaty

Updated 06/7/2015 11:31am
Falling In Reverse's Frontman Ronnie Radke Accused Of Sexual Assault By Fan | ronnie radke
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Ronnie Radke, frontman for the alternative band Falling In Reverse, has been accused of sexual assault against a fan who attended the  band's concert Wednesday night in Murray, Utah. Allegedly several people took part in this sexual assault but details at this time are still a bit unclear as to how many. 

An eyewitness claims that they had an altercation with Radke early Wednesday night, before witnessing a woman being dumped from a car later on in the evening.

A alleged victim by the name of Kacee Boswell took her to Facebook and explained the circumstances regarding the situation:

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Boswell went on further in her Facebook post saying that "they" posted bail this morning and that she obtained a rape kit. She also stated that "they" were arrested just as the tour bus was leaving. It is currently unclear who she is specifically referring to when saying "they", and we'll know more as details emerge.

A friend of Boswell's also took to Facebook, stating:

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According to Alt Press, contact with the Salt Lake City Sheriff's department was made and they say there is no record of Radke ever being held there.

Radke has a history of violence, with domestic abuse and hurting fans on his record.

Radke has responded to the allegations, issuing a statement to Alt Press earlier in the evening: 

“The Internet is a wonderful place because everyone has a voice. It’s also an awful place for the same reason. This isn’t the first time people have taken it upon themselves to spread ugly, unsubstantiated claims about myself and my friends. No one from our band or crew were arrested in Utah. After our show in Salt Lake City, we were concerned for someone who appeared to be under the influence and called 911. I personally spoke with law enforcement. I certainly was never under arrest or charged with any crime.”

We will give you updates as this story progresses.

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