Ryan Adams responded to a report from the New York Times sexual misconduct and abuse of some women, including her former wife Mandy Moore, Phoebe Bridgers, and a musician who is under age. In a series of tweets Adams first mourns "deeply and relentlessly," to anyone who hurt him, "however unintentionally." Then he called the report "reporting inaccurate" "Read his response entirely below.
I'm not a perfect person and I am mistaken for anyone who hurt me, however, unintentionally, asking I'm sorry for nothing but the picture that this article shortens to inaccurate. Some of its details are clear; some are exaggerated; some are obviously wrong. I will not have the inappropriate ones communicating with someone I thought was under age, like a person who always strives to spread joy through my music and life, hearing that some people believe that I am causing them pain that I'm very sorry for me I've decided to work to be the best person I can be. And I ask for all compassion, understanding and healing.
I'm not a pe a human being and a lot of mistakes. To anyone who hurt me, however unintentionally, I apologize deeply and eternally.
̵1; Ryan Adams (@TheRyanAdams) 13 February 2019
But the picture painted by this article is invalid. Some of its details are clear; some are exaggerated; some are outright wrong. I will not have inappropriate connections with someone I thought was underage. It's time.
– Ryan Adams (@TheRyanAdams) February 13, 2019
As a person who always strives to spread joy through my music and life, some people have heard that I have caused they are sick. I decided to work to be the best person I could be. (19659006) – Ryan Adams (@TheRyanAdams) February 13, 2019