Everything indicates that Steven Tyler is not going to end the year well, and that is that the rock legend has been charged with sexually assaulting a 16-year-old teenager, having an illicit relationship with her, and then forcing her to abort his child. was accused of coercion. In the 70s.
Although the lawsuit filed by Julia Holcomb does not mention the Aerosmith leader, the complaint includes quotes from a memoir the musician published in 2011, where he admitted to having a “romantic and loving relationship” with a minor.
As Rolling Stone reports, Julia met Tyler just after her 16th birthday when Aerosmith played a concert in Portland, Oregon in 1973.
The music legend was 25 at the time, and he allegedly took the girl to his hotel and “engaged in various acts of criminal sexual conduct”.
The documents also claim that Tyler tried to persuade the girl’s mother to give him custody of her daughter so that he could travel with her without fear of criminal liability.
But without that permission “he continued to travel with her, have sex, give her alcohol and drugs.”
In 1975, the young woman became pregnant with Tyler’s son at the age of 17, who, as she revealed, forced her to have an abortion. The excuse was that the fire could cause harm to the baby after she was pregnant, a charge debunked by a medical professional.
Holcomb was unsure about terminating the pregnancy, but did so after the singer threatened to stop supporting her financially. However, after this the teenager decided to return to her family.