NEWS: Fronz (Attila) reponds to sexual misconduct allegations!

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A few days ago, Attila vocalist Chris “Fronz” Fronzack was subject to allegations of sexual misconduct when a woman came forward on Twitter with accusations against him during a tour in 2018.

In the series of tweets, she describes the situation and the allegations, which can be read below.

After these allegations surfaced, Fronz took to Twitter himself to respond to the allegations in a video response issued across two tweets which were posted on the Bone Crew account, his trap metal side-project.

You can watch the two videos below, along with a transcription of what he says in the videos.

“Hey, what’s up? This is Fronz, and as you know there’s always two sides to every story. So, here’s my side: first things first, I am not a pedophile, I have zero desire to hook up with anyone underage and I’m strongly against that. At the end of 2018, my band was on tour in Europe and when we were in Austria I met up with a girl named Roxy Vienna. I didn’t seek this girl out, she was simply in my green room, already drinking. We had some drinks together, we had a really good time.

And as things started to heat up, I asked her her age in which she proceeded to tell me she was above age. I checked her ID, in which she had a fake ID that said she was above age. We hooked up, that was that. Flash forward a year later, it’s 2019—end of 2019, we’re back on tour in Europe. She comes out with her friend—they always come out together. It’s fun, we vibe, we drink. Once again they’re backstage, already drinking.

You guys know me. I’m in Attila, I’m very hospitable. Any guys, girls, guests—I’m always giving them drinks. I’m not forcing people to get drunk. I just want everyone to be happy and comfortable, that’s it. So we’re having a great night, once again, not a big deal. No one was blackout drunk, and we had an early bus call that night so we didn’t hook up. And the next day Roxy messages me and says “I really regret not hooking up with you. Me and my friend want to come out again to another date, so we can do it.”

And it’s at this point where she explains to me that she in fact lied about her age a year ago, which was really offsetting and I’m upset about myself for knowing that and still hanging out with her, but we had a good time that night. Once again, nobody was blackout, we hooked up and that was that. Since then, we still talk. We’ve FaceTimed since that tour. We text, she sends memes in my messages and stuff, and I think that’s part of why I’m confused right now.

But I also have very strong reason to believe that my ex-girlfriend is playing a very large role in this. In fact, I know she is. She’s very upset at me because I cheated on her, and I regret that. I made a mistake, I cheated on you, I’m sorry, but I really don’t think that this is a justifiable cause to come out here and try to ruin my life because you’re upset that I cheated on you. Because I know that you’re teaming up with Roxy to do this and it’s making me really upset.

Like, I’m very proud of what I do, and everything I do is to support my family and my children, and you’re really, like… it’s really messing with me and I’m really upset. But, that’s all I’m gonna say. I’m not gonna further dive into this topic right now, but I do have a lawyer, so if anyone has any additional concerns I will happily link you to my lawyer, and that’s all I have to say about this situation.”

Fronz also tweeted screenshots of some messages, which he states are between him and one of the alleged victim’s friends.

Fronz‘s former girlfriend, who he mentions in his video statement in response to the allegations, also took to Twitter to reply to his tweets.

For those who are facing or who are survivors of sexual abuse, harassment and misconduct, more help and support can be found below.

A Voice For The Innocent:
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