Music Executive Reveals She Was Sexually Harassed By The Red Hot Chili Peppers & 'Just Had To Put Up With It' — Read Her Empowering Post!
Kesha's ongoing legal battle with Dr. Luke has opened a long awaited discussion on harassment in the music industry.
Now, more women are coming forward with their own harrowing tales — and even those in positions of power aren't immune to becoming victims of sexual harassment.
Music executive Julie Farman says she was sexually harassed by the Red Hot Chili Peppers in the ‘90s.
In a latest blog entry titled Blood, Sugar, Sex, Dickheads, Farman said that the recent discussion of harassment in the music biz inspired her to share the details of the incident that occurred when she worked at Epic Records 25 years ago.
Farman explained that she knew about the Californication rock group's bad history before experiencing it for herself, writing: