Rammstein singer Till Lindemann, June 12, 2001, Prague.
Berlin – The singer of the German metal band Rammstein Till Lindemann today, through his newly hired lawyers, denied allegations of inappropriate behavior towards women. He also announced that he would take legal action against individual persons, the DPA agency reported.
Several women have accused the 60-year-old Lindemann of inappropriate behavior in recent days. The women claimed that at parties after the concerts, the singer forced sexual acts on them with the help of so-called liquid ecstasy or alcohol.
“On social networks, especially on Instagram, Twitter and YouTube, various women made serious accusations against our client ,” said Berlin-based lawyers Simon Bergmann and Christian Schertz. “They repeatedly claimed that at Rammstein's concerts they were drugged with the help of liquid ecstasy or alcohol so that our client could perform sexual acts on them. These accusations are untrue without exception,” the group said in a statement.
In a statement over the weekend, Rammstein said she was deeply affected by the allegations and was taking them extremely seriously. Tens of thousands of people came to Munich's Olympic Stadium on Wednesday evening for her last concert. According to DPA, unlike the first concerts of the current European tour, the band omitted the song Pussy, during which Lindemann sprays the audience with a huge penis-shaped foam cannon.