Paramore Responds To Alleged Assault At Their Salt Lake City Concert: ‘It’s Extremely Unwelcome’

Paramore says he doesn’t tolerate violence, homophobia or bigotry as he responds to alleged assault at concert in Salt Lake City: ‘It’s extremely unwelcome’

  • The Franklin, Tennessee-based group, led by Hayley Williams, took to Twitter to address the apparent assault that took place at the Great Saltair in Magna.
  • It read: ‘After last night’s show at SLC, we were made aware of an incident that happened in the crowd while we were on stage’
  • The band wanted to clarify that they were unaware of the incidents as they were on stage
  • They concluded by apologizing to fans who witnessed the alleged horrific attacks with a message to future attendees of their concerts.
  • Paramore returned after a three-year hiatus earlier this year while working on their sixth studio album,
  • They began their tour on Sunday in Bakersfield, Calif., and will continue next month ending in Mexico City on November 19.
  • Meanwhile, two of the members have found love with each other as it was confirmed last month that singer Hayley Williams and guitarist Taylor York were dating

Paramore released a statement saying they do not tolerate violence, homophobia or bigotry of any kind as they respond to an alleged assault at their concert in the Salt Lake City, Utah area on Tuesday.

The Franklin, Tennessee-based group, led by Hayley Williams, took to Twitter to address the apparent assault that took place at the Great Saltair in Magna.

It read: “After last night’s show at SLC, we were made aware of an incident that happened in the crowd while we were on stage.

Misery Business: Paramore released a statement saying they do not condone violence, homophobia or bigotry of any kind as they respond to an alleged assault at their concert in the Salt Lake City, Utah area Tuesday, while the group is seen in Boston back in May 2018

“A man physically and verbally assaulted several women, including an engaged couple on our show. Our security team and site personnel were notified and were able to restrain and remove him.

The band wanted to clarify that they were unaware of the incidents as they were on stage.

He continued, “We didn’t realize this was happening, as the incident happened out of sight of the stage. If we had seen this happen, we would have stopped the show until the situation is under control.

'PARAMORE DOES NOT CONDUCT violence, homophobia or bigotry of any kind.  He is totally unwelcome in our community and has no place in our shows': The Franklin, Tenn.-based band fronted by Hayley Williams took to Twitter to talk about the apparent assault that took place at the Great Saltair in Magna

‘PARAMORE DOES NOT CONDUCT violence, homophobia or bigotry of any kind. He is totally unwelcome in our community and has no place in our shows’: The Franklin, Tenn.-based band fronted by Hayley Williams took to Twitter to talk about the apparent assault that took place at the Great Saltair in Magna

‘PARAMORE DOES NOT CONDUCT violence, homophobia or bigotry of any kind. He is totally unwelcome in our community and has no place in our shows.

They concluded by apologizing to fans who witnessed the alleged horrific attacks with a message to future attendees of their concerts.

The statement read, “To the fans who were hurt or witnessed what happened last night, we are truly sorry.” We hope you know that we will always do everything we can to protect you and make you feel celebrated.

“To make it as clear as possible: Paramore shows are meant to be safe spaces for people.  If you can't respect that, don't come': They (seen in 2017) concluded by apologizing to fans who witnessed the alleged attacks with a message to future attendees of their concerts

“To make it as clear as possible: Paramore shows are meant to be safe spaces for people. If you can’t respect that, don’t come’: They (seen in 2017) concluded by apologizing to fans who witnessed the alleged attacks with a message to future attendees of their concerts

“To make it as clear as possible: Paramore shows are meant to be safe spaces for people. If you can’t respect that, don’t come.

Paramore returned after a three-year hiatus earlier this year while working on their sixth studio album.

They began their tour on Sunday in Bakersfield, Calif., and will continue next month ending in Mexico City on November 19.

Born for this: They started their tour on Sunday in Bakersfield, California and will continue next month ending in Mexico City on November 19, they are pictured in June 2018

Born for this: They started their tour on Sunday in Bakersfield, California and will continue next month ending in Mexico City on November 19, they are pictured in June 2018

Meanwhile, two of the members have found love with each other as singer Hayley Williams and guitarist Taylor York were confirmed to be dating last month.

Hayley confirmed the news in an interview with The Guardian and while she didn’t provide any details about their relationship, the confirmation came as no surprise as rumors that the duo are romantically linked have been circulating for years. years.

York, 32, joined the band in 2007 and has witnessed many of Williams’ relationships, including her sour split from ex-bandmate Josh Faro and her brief marriage to New Found Glory guitarist Chad Gilbert.

Isn't it fun: Meanwhile, two of the members have found love with each other as singer Hayley Williams and guitarist Taylor York were confirmed to be dating last month (they have were seen together in Boston in December 2013)

Isn’t it fun: Meanwhile, two of the members have found love with each other as singer Hayley Williams and guitarist Taylor York were confirmed to be dating last month (they have were seen together in Boston in December 2013)

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