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Singer Phoebe Bridgers Sued For $3.8 Million By Alleged Ex-Threesome Partner Who Claims She Falsely Accused Him Of Killing A Man

Sep. 28 2021, Published 3:09 p.m. ET

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Singer Phoebe Bridgers is being accused of attempting to ruin the reputation of a man she used to have threesomes with by posting horrific allegations about him online.

According to court documents obtained by Radar, music producer Chris Nelson is suing Bridgers for defamation, false light, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and intentional interference with prospective economic relations.

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Bridgers is a solo artist who works with her guitarist Harrison Whitford and a drummer named Marshall Vore. She also performs in a band with Conor Oberst.

Nelson says he owns Sound Space, a recording studio in Los Angeles which is used by famous artists. He describes himself as someone who seeks to work with people of color, women, and members of the LGBTQ+ community on projects.

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In his suit, Nelson says he met Bridgers through Vore. He believes Bridgers and her drummer had a prior sexual relationship. In 2019, Bridgers detailed multiple accounts of alleged abuse by artist Ryan Adams.

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Nelson says during his friendship with Bridgers she made several comments about Vore liking to date young women when he was in his thirties. Nelson claims she told him Vore dated an 18-year-old named Zoe and “encouraged” a 19-year-old named Ruby to move in with him. Nelson says Bridgers never made public comments about Vore.

At one point, Nelson says he and his girlfriend at the time, Emily Bannon, started having consensual sexual encounters with Bridgers that involved unprotected penetrative, oral, and anal sex.

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The trio were so hot for each other they even celebrated their “fu-kiversary” on September 2, 2019. Nelson claims he later learned his girlfriend and Bridgers had a prior sexual relationship. He claims they were both in a relationship with Bridgers ex, Conor Oberst.

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Nelson claims Bannon was dating Bridgers’ guitarist Harrison Whitford at the time. Apparently, Whitford was unaware of the three-way relationship the women were having with Conor.

In the suit, Nelson says he broke up with Bannon in Fall 2019. He says his girlfriend and Bridgers continued seeing each other. Things took a turn in October 2020 when Bridgers posted “false and misleading statements” about Nelson on her Instagram.

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The message read, “I witnesses and can personally verify much of the abuse (grooming, stealing, violence, perpetuated by Nelson, owner of a studio called Sound Space.”

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She then proceeded to direct her followers to Bannon’s account where she made further accusations against Nelson. The account made wild accusations that he had beat a “young Latinx” man to death and “bludgeoned at least one other man with a baseball bat.”

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The account also claimed he hacked into other women’s accounts. Nelson says Bridgers even shared those messages on her account. He accuses Bridgers of “maliciously and intentionally” posting the false and defamatory statements about him “as part of a vendetta to destroy” his reputation that was enflamed by defendant Bridgers and Bannon’s sexual relationship.”

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He is suing for in excess of $3.8 million.

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