Ryan Adams’s deliberate tour of Britain and Ireland has been canceled amid allegations that the singer sexually and psychologically harassed other women in the music industry. The tour was scheduled to begin March 30 in Dublin, and in line with the New York Times, promoter SJM Concerts introduced full refunds could be issued to ticket holders by Monday. Adams’s ex-wife Mandy Moore, Phoebe Bridgers, and a minimum of a dozen girls accused Adams of assorted types of abuse in a Times investigation printed February 13. The FBI is reportedly investigating whether or not he had inappropriate contact with a minor with whom the Times piece claimed Adams had exchanged sexually express messages when she was between 14 and 16. Adams has denied that his actions have been abusive or manipulative, however apologized “to anybody I’ve ever damage, nonetheless unintentionally” on Twitter. Since the publication of the allegations towards him, Adams’s first of three deliberate albums this 12 months has been pulled from release, and many of his collaborators have spoken out towards him.

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