According to HuffPost, Blood On The Dance Floor’s music has been removed from Spotify following the rape and sexual misconduct allegations against Dahvie Vanity (aka Jesus David Torres). As previously reported, 21 women have come forward with accusations of rape and misconduct, including 16 that were underage when the frontman allegedly committed the horrible acts. For their part, Spotify said the band’s music was pulled for violating their guidelines on prohibited content.
Back in December 2018, Huffington Post spoke to a dozen women who had accused Blood On The Dance Floor’s Dahvie Vanity (aka Jesus David Torres) of rape and sexual misconduct. Now, the website has followed up with a new story saying more victims have come forward bringing the total up to 21. 16 of the women say they were underage when he allegedly committed the horrible acts, including some that were as young as 13. Among the women who came forward was Dianna Farrell, who was only 14 when Torres forced her to perform oral sex in 2007. Police were actually alerted about that incident, but they let Torres go after Farrell refused to cooperate with the prosecution. A total of 14 victims had similar stories about Torres forcing them to perform oral sex. Many of the accusers even said he “refus[ed] to stop as they struggled to breathe or their mouths bled.” The other victims said Torres either raped or molested them. You can read more about all these disturbing incidents HERE.
The Hufftington Post have spoken to a dozen women who have accused Blood On The Dance Floor’s Dahvie Vanity (aka Jesus David Torres) of rape and sexual misconduct. A lot of the victims say they were underage when Torres allegedly committed the horrible acts. Among the women who came forward was Emerald Poor, who was only 18 when he made her perform oral sex before anally raping her as she was forced to watch in a mirror. He then proceeded to vaginally rape her as well. Others also claimed that Torres forced himself on them when they were as young as 15, while some as young as 13 were also subjected to sexual misconduct. Former bandmates were also interviewed and said the frontman had a tendency of wandering off with young female fans. You can read more about all that over at huffingtonpost.com. It’s also worth noting that MetalSucks ran a similar story in August.