The FBI has cleared pop singer Ryan Adams who was accused of sending inappropriate messages to underage girls.
A fan alleged that she exchanged sexual messages with Adams when she was still underage, which prompted an investigation from the FBI’s Crimes Against Children Squad. The squad then attempted to contact the fan to obtain some of the 3000 messages she and Adams had allegedly exchanged.
A source told Page Six: “Ultimately, the FBI found no evidence that would support charging Ryan with a crime, and closed its investigation, without charges, in the fall of 2019.”
In 2019, Adams was scheduled to release a new album but it was halted due to the allegations.
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‘Big Colors’ was recorded at New York’s Electric Lady Studios and Los Angeles’ Capitol Studios, and is the followup to Adams’ 2017 album, ‘Prisoner’, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Rock Albums. The project would have been his 17th studio album.