Austin Carlile, the former Of Mice and Men singer, has been accused by multiple people of sexual assault.

Caitlin Stiffler, one of the accusers, posted a since-deleted statement on Facebook detailing the allegations. She also called out Alternative Press for not running a story on the accusations even though over 15 stories were shared with the publication regarding Carlile’s actions.

Stiffler’s husband backed up her account in a tweet. He said, “A few years back, realizing the extent of the damage done, I organized a group of women (MANY) who had been raped or sexually assaulted by @austincarlile over the years to be interviewed by @AltPress. I knew him personally, I worked in the scene & I married one of his victims.”

Alternative Press responded on twitter claiming, “the story couldn’t run as it was told. As a female-led, lgbtq+ editorial staff, we’re going to reopen this & find the answers you’re looking for. We do not condone any of the accusations & this story WILL be heard.”

Stiffler responded to the Alternative Press tweet. “Well thank God, the savior is here! I’m not sure you could have pushed your agenda any more in this tweet… Where were you 3 years ago? Or how about 10+ years ago when you knew it was happening then?” 

Of Mice and Men band members posted a statement on their Twitter account following the accusations and conversation about Carlile on social media. Their post read, “Yesterday we heard for the first time of an alleged article that was written, and apparently subsequently shelved, regarding a former member of our band. This individual has not been a member of Of Mice & Men for almost four years and neither the band, nor the team around us, has had any part in suppressing any such article. We absolutely condemn sexual violence and harassment in any form.”

Carlile left his band members in 2016 due to his battle with Marfan syndrome.