The record company Musicor and Distribution Select temporarily cut ties with Alex Nevsky following the confessions of the singer, who said he had had an abusive relationship for two years with an ex-girlfriend.
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“Given the admission by Alex Nevsky of” sexual coercion “in his Instagram publication last Friday, Musicor and Distribution Select suspend for an indefinite period their collaboration with the artist,” said Musicor in a message posted on social networks , Monday evening.
The singer himself admitted his bad behavior, without having been denounced beforehand, by publishing a long post following an email received from Stéphanie Boulay, of the Boulay Sisters, who revealed that he was the ex in question.
“I discover that my behavior has hurt her extremely much and that she is still suffering from it,” wrote Nevsky.
He is therefore the most recent artist on the music scene to lose, permanently or temporarily, a record or performance contract after having seen his name mixed with allegations of sexual misconduct.
Before him, Bernard Adamus, Yann Perreau and Kevin Parent were dumped by their record labels. Rapper Maybe Watson (Alaclair Ensemble) and musician David Desrosiers (Simple Plan) left their respective bands after being exposed on the web.