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William Control responds to sexual allegations, claims to share proof of innocence

Posted by on April 25, 2019

Editor’s Note: This was made to show William’s videos and his evidence about his side of the story. Examples were used on stories surrounding sexual misconduct to reference accusations that have been said to be false, misled, dropped, or remain unknown. We do not support hate, sexual violence in any way. We look for facts and the truth and document both sides of the story.

Within the last two years, there have been a growing number of alleged false accusations on sexual misconduct. Of course, many have been proven guilty as this is an ongoing issue that should never be taken lightly. However In June of 2018, a Twitter account was created to accuse Tool / A Perfect Circle frontman Maynard James Keenan of sexual misconduct as he has since denied these accusations. Back in January of 2018, all charges against the Polish death metal act Decapitated were dropped after spending half a year in jail following their arrest for being accused of rape and kidnapping after their show at The Pin in Spokane, WA on August 31st, 2017. While neither have been proven guilty nor innocent, it’s best to wait for the facts before taking sides. 

With the increase of accusations, it’s difficult to decipher what is fact or fiction as careers have been ruined after unconfirmed allegations. However, false accusations can result in damaging the #Metoo movement as it has taken years for people to speak up on their experience and can sadly silent the victims once again.

Therefore, with these accusations, it’s best to refrain from any judgment as they can destroy someone’s personal life and career, even after proven innocent. With that being said, last year, William Francis aka William Control (ex-Aiden) was faced with grave accusations against him that has caused a lot of damage to his career. The Daily Beast issued a lengthy report citing the artist was a leader of a sex cult. We reported this as we shared both sides of the story since, at that time, Control wasn’t found guilty nor innocent.

While things have publicly cooled down since, Control has been somewhat active on Twitter and YouTube over the last month claiming cases against him have been dismissed.

You can watch and read a few of Control’s in-depth responses below or check out his YouTube channel for more:

Update: The video above, “The Truth about Vitoria (Victoria)” is the one The Daily Beast reported last year.

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