Spotify Remove Blood On The Dance Floor Amidst Allegations

Streaming platform Spotify has removed the catalogue of Blood On The Dance Floor’s back catalogue for reportedly violating the service’s prohibited content policy.

The particular policy bans music that “promotes, advocates, or incites hatred or violence” against groups or individuals based on characteristics like gender, race, and religion.

The removal of the band’s material comes in the midst of allegations and an ongoing investigation incited by The Huffington Post against member Dahvie Vanity (Real name Jesus David Torres) in which he faces accusations of sexual assault and misconduct on 21 alleged victims.

The Huffington Post recently wrote an article in which the 21 alleged victims came forward with their accounts of the misconduct.

Other allegations a few years ago also resulted in Blood On The Dance Floor being dropped from support on different tour with bands as well.

At the time of writing, Torres is yet to respond to the allegations.

Links for those who are facing or are survivors of sexual abuse can be found below.

NHS: www.nhs.uk
Safeline: www.safeline.org.uk
SOSAA: www.sosaa.org.uk
A Voice For The Innocent: www.avoicefortheinnocent.org
RAINN: www.rainn.org
Mind: www.mind.org.uk
Survivors: www.survivorsuk.org
The Survivors Trust: www.thesurvivorstrust.org
Citizens Advice: www.citizensadvice.org.uk