Bought And Dumped – The Whole Story
I thought about writing more about this foreign born former A list musician who was famous for buying tweens and teens from their parents to be used by him for a few weeks or months before he would sell them to other musicians or roadies and move on to the next, but I really hate that he is not in jail and when I write too much about him, I get really angry and think about all those female tweens and teens he raped for decades. His long time group mates didn’t even care until he tried to rape their underage groupies and then he was gone.
He is a sick f**k and takes delight in the fact he got away with it for so long.
So, no, this is not about him, it is about someone else who likes to play the victim card even though he is the one at fault.
I don’t know what lawyer all these musicians and singers were using back in the day, but the ones in the States found a nice easy way to buy tweens and teens directly from their parents who loved having cash in their pocket and I guess decided if their kids were going to run away, they might as well get a few bucks for them first.
Can you imagine some guy coming up to you right now and offering to buy your underage daughter and gladly going through some legal mumbo jumbo so it all look on the up and up.
It happened more often than you think just three or four decades ago.
This blind is about a permanent A list singer.
A lot has been written about him and some has been written about this situation, but only told from his perspective, and not the perspective of the true victim.
Somehow, our A lister would have you believe he is the victim.
You know, that he was not raping some underage teen on a daily basis that he bought from her parents.
He would have you believe that she was happy to be with him on a daily basis and that she loved when he would stay up snorting coke for days on end and shoving her out of the way so he could have sex with other underage teens and women that wanted to have sex with him.
When she got pregnant, he knew it would put a damper on his party life.
There are some that say he tried to kill her when she got pregnant, just so he could keep on partying.
I don’t know if he was actually trying to kill her or if it was really a freebasing accident.
Whatever it was, she felt scared enough that she was willing to do the previous unthinkable which was to terminate the pregnancy.
Our singer likes to say he was devastated.
He already had someone else pregnant who liked to party with him and the singer did lines of coke during the abortion.
This guy has always only thought of himself.
Just because he is famous, people make excuses for him.
They make excuses for that permanent A lister who is in a group right now that is still A list and the time he raped a girl who was barely even a teen.
He raped her multiple times, but people just keep fawning over the guy and blame it on the rock star lifestyle.
Steven Tyler’s Teenage Girlfriend Tells Her Side Of The Abortion Story
Julia Holcomb, whom Steven Tyler impregnated and eventually abandoned in the 1970s, is telling her own story for the first time. LifesiteNews published it, touting her pro-life stance, but we were most struck by one thing: Lord, Steven Tyler is an asshole. Surely this can cross political lines.
Holcomb’s story is a sad one from start to finish, and it only becomes sadder in these 5,000 words. Long before Holcomb met Tyler at 16, Holcomb had been in a tragic car accident that killed her brother and grandfather and injured her. Holcomb’s mother was abandoned by her unfaithful father and her second marriage was to an alcoholic who was committed to a mental institution. All of which sheds some light on how it was that Holcomb was hanging out with a much-older friend whom she says encouraged her to seduce a rock star — and her mother signing away guardian rights to Tyler, a man in his late twenties who also happened to be a drug user.
Of that staggering move, Holcomb writes,
I remember my surprise when Steven told me she had signed the papers and trying to take this in mentally. A sense of vulnerability came over me, knowing that I was his ward, but we were not married. He had not expressed his intentions of a long-term relationship with me. He had mentioned that he wanted guardianship papers so I could travel across state lines when he was on tour. I had told him my mother would not sign me over to him. I asked him how he had got her to do it. He said, “I told her I needed them for you to enroll in school.” I felt abandoned by my mother as well as my father and stepfather. Steven was really my only hope at that point. – Read more here