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Blood On The Dance Floor’s Music Pulled From Spotify Following Multiple Rape/Sexual Misconduct Allegations Against Dahvie Vanity


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Blood On The Dance Floor‘s music has been pulled from streaming service Spotify following the numerous accusations of rape/sexual misconduct leveled against the band’s frontman Dahvie Vanity by over a dozen women. Accusations of Vanity‘s (aka Jesus David Torres) violent sexual behavior have circulated for over a decade with Torres himself having admitted to statutory rape of a 14-year-old-girl to police back in 2007 when he was 22. The charges however were dropped when the victim decided not to press charges.

As it stands now, at least 21 women have accused Vanity of rape/misconduct, etc. with the majority of them claiming to have been underage at the time. HuffPost have received word from Spotify that the band’s music was indeed pulled for violating their guidelines on prohibited content. It is unclear which guideline the band violated, but their explicit lyrical content certainly took on a different perspective given the multitude of accusations against Vanity.

April 19th saw the band release a new single titled “Reign Of Terror” on Spotify which Vanity had actively been promoting fans to listen to via the service. While he does not yet appear to have addressed the removal of his music from the service, it can still be found on Apple Music and Amazon, among other services.

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