In response to accusations of sexual abuse in the 1970s, Steven Tyler makes a defense


Steven Tyler, the venerable frontman of Aerosmith, has replied to claims made by a woman who is suing him for molesting her in the 1970s.

Three months after the complaint was submitted, the artist has vehemently refuted the allegations with the aid of his legal counsel.

Steven Tyler and his legal counsel assert that everything was voluntary and that he did not break any laws.

Julia Misley, who at the time used her maiden name Julia Holcomb, is the plaintiff in the singer’s lawsuit.

The woman acknowledges having intercourse with him when she was 16 and he was 25 in 1973.

When they first met, she was 16 and he was 25.

Also, a three-year connection between the two is reported to have followedIn Julia Misley’s defence, her lawyer Jeff Anderson called the response “manipulative” and said he is “using a false legal guardianship to avoid prosecution for sex crimes”.

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