Lily Allen says record label ignored her claims key industry figure sexually assaulted her

Lily Allen says record label ignored her claims key industry figure sexually assaulted her

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LILY Allen claims her record label took no action after she said she had been sexually assaulted by a key industry figure.

The singer, 34, said she spoke to a Warner Music boss last year about the attack, which allegedly happened on a Caribbean work trip in 2016.

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Lily told a podcast she had been at a party with the executive in 2016 before returning to their hotel.

She said: “I couldn’t find my room keys. So he was like, ‘Well, why don’t you sleep in my bed while I go and get the keys or whatever.’

“So I passed out in his bed. I woke up and he was in my bed naked — slapping my bum.”

She wrote about it in her 2018 autobiography My Thoughts Exactly, and later discussed it with Max Lousada, a Warner chief executive.

Lily Allen says the assault happened just three years ago
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He told her he was unaware of the alleged assault before reading her book.

When asked on the podcast if he said he would do anything about it, Lily said: “No.”

Yesterday the label said: “We take accusations of sexual misconduct extremely seriously and investigate claims that are raised with us.”

On the podcast mum-of-two Lily explained why she decided against reporting her alleged attacker — believed to work for Warner — to the police, She said: “Most of the industry knows who he is.

“I remember thinking about his mum and how she would deal with the news that her son was a sexual predator and I was prioritising everybody else except for myself.”


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