In a new Beak Arcade Fire leader Win Butler is accused of entering into an “ongoing abusive relationship” with a woman nicknamed Sabina, which began when she was 22 years old. 35 years old.
Sabina is the fifth person to come forward to accuse Butler after the first publication Beak A report in August in which four separate individuals described past sexual encounters with musicians that they “felt inappropriate due to the gap in age, energy and context in which they occurred.” ” All five were at least 13 years younger than Butler when the abuse took place.
In a new article, Sabina details Butler’s meeting in Montreal in the summer of 2015 when she was a maid and a recently divorced student. Sabina says in the report that although the two first had an affair on literature and poetry (“I think I’m very intelligent”), the relationship quickly turned sexual.
Butler was “emotionally abusive, manipulative and used his energy to exploit my body at times that were convenient for him. He met me when I was vulnerable,” Sabina said. “It’s really annoying and I feel like I have to do what he says. I’m not comfortable with that. “Some of the things he asks me to do, but do it anyway. And it’s ultimately damaging people.” Continue.
The article goes on to describe how Butler pressured Sabina to leave her boyfriend and her roommate to live alone “in the sense that they could easily have sex” in the hope that she could ” Sex in all its forms, ”according to him. Schedule sending her unsolicited and obscene photos and generally making her feel like she’s “just physically”.
“If you are in an abusive relationship, it makes you feel better to tell,” she concluded. Tell yourself that this is for something that their explosion was a mistake and that you mean something to you Abuse that you still keep the value in their eyes. ..But the only value I ever have for him is to have sex whenever he wants.
Butler has not yet commented on the latest allegations. Full An article from his previous response in which he claimed that “all these interactions are mutually exclusive and always between consenting adults” is available. Here.
If you or someone you know is being sexually abused, please call RAINN National Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-656-4673.