Axl Rose’s spouse, Erin Everly, stays silent amidst the outcry of controversy involving her former partner.
The recent s*xual assault lawsuit against Axl Rose, brought by former Penthouse model Sheila Kennedy, has sparked media attention.
Kennedy claims that Rose coerced her into group s*x and s*xually assaulted her at a post-party in 1989.
While Erin Everly has yet to publicly respond to the news, speculation is rife about her stance on the legal dispute.
As the lawsuit progresses, Axl Rose’s lawyer, Alan Gutman, vehemently refutes the accusations, branding them as fabricated and strategically timed, just before New York’s Adult Survivors Act deadline.
The media was buzzing with news of a s*xual assault case involving Axl Rose, lead singer of Guns N’ Roses.
This story spread like wildfire across all social media platforms.
Erin Everly, Axl Rose’s spouse, has for now remained silent, but it is expected that she will make a statement in the upcoming days regarding the lawsuit against her ex-husband.
Who is Axl Rose’s Spouse?
As of 2023, Axl Rose is currently single.
However, he was previously married to Erin Everly.
Erin Everly, born on November 8, 1965, in Los Angeles, California, is best known as the ex-wife of Axl Rose, the frontman of the iconic rock band Guns N’ Roses.
The couple married on April 28, 1990, following a four-year-long relationship. However, their marriage was short-lived and ended in divorce.
Erin Everly has had connections with the entertainment industry beyond her marriage to Axl Rose.
She is an actress, known for her appearances in Guns N’ Roses music videos, including the popular “Sweet Child O’ Mine” video released in 1988.
Following her divorce from Axl Rose, Erin Everly dated several well-known celebrities, including David Arquette and Anthony Kiedis from the rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Erin Everly’s life beyond her high-profile relationships remains relatively private, with limited public information available.
Nonetheless, she continues to be recognized as an influential figure in the world of rock music due to her association with Axl Rose and Guns N’ Roses.
Sheila Kennedy Accuses Axl Rose of s*xual Abuse Decades Ago
Sheila Kennedy, a former Penthouse model, filed a lawsuit alleging that Rose s*xually attacked her in his hotel room in 1989 when his band was still somewhat well-known after they had first met at a nightclub in New York.
She also claimed that he tried to pressure her into participating in group s*x and s*xually assaulted her at an afterparty, three decades ago.
According to Kennedy, she had an encounter with Rose at a New York nightclub in 1989.
The charismatic lead singer of Guns N’ Roses extended an invitation for an afterparty at his hotel.
Kennedy accepted the offer, accompanying Rose, his friend David Rachtman, and another model.
Kennedy alleges that Rose used his celebrity status and power to manipulate and exert control.
This enables him to perpetrate violent acts of sexual assault against her.
The case was filed on Wednesday to meet the deadline set by New York’s Adult Survivors Act, allowing victims of alleged s*xual abuse to pursue legal action beyond the statute of limitations.
Kennedy claims that Rose forcefully pushed her against the wall and kissed her without consent when she emerged from the bathroom.
She states that she did not consent to any further violent encounter that unfolded later that evening.
According to the lawsuit, Rose proceeded to engage in aggressive s*xual activity with another model while Kennedy remained in the room.
The situation took a drastic turn when Rose allegedly followed Kennedy out of the room, forcibly pushing her to the floor.
He purportedly proceeded to tie her hands behind her back and subjected her to a deeply distressing ordeal.
The lawsuit further alleges that Rose forcibly penetrated Kennedy and treated her as an object for his own s*xual gratification.
Insights into the lawsuit
The lawsuit complaint states that Kennedy “found herself shortly in Rose’s bedroom in bed with Rose, Rachtman, and the other model.”
It is claimed that Rose began kissing and engaging in s*xual activity with the other model.
According to the lawsuit, group s*x was allegedly encouraged by Rose.
Kennedy found the encounter to be uncomfortable and disturbing.
Rose’s behavior was described as aggressive, causing apparent pain for the model involved.
The lawsuit further alleges that after Kennedy and Rachtman left Rose’s room and entered Rachtman’s bedroom, they heard Rose yelling at the woman and the sound of objects being thrown and glass shattering.
Rachtman told Kennedy, “It’s going to get bad,” as Rose stormed down the hallway to Rachtman’s room, questioning Kennedy’s presence.
Rose then forcefully slammed Kennedy to the ground, pulled her hair, and dragged her back to his bedroom.
Once in the bedroom, Rose threw Kennedy onto the bed, and tied her hands behind her back with pantyhose.
Moreover, he forcibly engaged in s*xual activity with her.
Rose’s behavior was described as being in a s*xual and volatile rage. Kennedy believed that if she resisted or tried to push him away, Rose might physically harm her or worse.
For her safety, Kennedy chose to wait for Rose to stop abusing her while lying in bed.
The lawsuit seeks compensatory and punitive damages, and a jury trial.
It holds Rose responsible for the pain, suffering, and injuries inflicted.
Axl Rose attorney denies the claims
Rose’s attorney is known for their formidable legal prowess.
They have vehemently and categorically denied the baseless and unfounded allegations.
They assert, with conviction, that the alleged incident never occurred.
Furthermore, their client, Rose, has absolutely no recollection of ever meeting or speaking to Kennedy.
These claims reverberate within the legal realm.
It remains to be seen how the intricate intricacies of the legal process will be addressed.