Court Prohibits KAYLA SHYX From Making Allegations Against TILL LINDEMANN

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The Hamburg Regional Court has ruled that YouTuber Kayla Shyx must remove certain parts of her video in which she leveled allegations against RAMMSTEIN frontman Till Lindemann.

In early June, Kaya Loska, more commonly known as the YouTuber Shyx, released a video detailing her encounters at an after-party organized by Lindemann, thereby adding weight to the accusations against the leading vocalist of RAMMSTEIN. Shyx narrated how she, along with her friend, were singled out at a RAMMSTEIN concert and were extended an invite to one of Lindemann‘s post-show gatherings. She described the entire situation as being “very frightening.”

Shyx confirmed via Instagram that she would need to remove approximately 35 to 30 seconds from her 40-minute video, and will also need to bear the legal costs. The ruling comes amidst a series of allegations made by several women against Lindemann, who has consistently denied all accusations.

Public outrage against the band escalated earlier this month, with hundreds protesting a RAMMSTEIN concert in Germany, responding to the ongoing investigation into previous sexual assault claims involving Lindemann by Berlin’s public prosecutor’s office.

“Preliminary proceedings have been initiated against Till Lindemann, on allegations relating to sexual offences and the distribution of narcotics,” a spokeswoman for the Berlin public prosecution’s office said in a statement.

According to the AFP news agency, the investigation into Till Lindemann‘s alleged sexual assault is being carried out by Berlin prosecutors, who initiated it themselves and also based it on several criminal complaints filed by third parties who were not directly involved in the incidents.

The recent scandal involving RAMMSTEIN emerged when accusations of abuse were leveled against Till Lindemann. Young female fans claimed that they were handpicked by a Russian “casting director” named Alena Makeeva to attend exclusive parties with the band, particularly Lindemann. These women alleged that they were groomed and sexually assaulted by Lindemann at these events, with some also accusing him of drugging their drinks.