Investigation Into RAMMSTEIN’s TILL LINDEMANN Officially Dropped By German Authorities

Till Landemann

The sexual assault investigation against RAMMSTEIN frontman Till Lindemann has been officially dismissed by German prosecutors due to insufficient evidence. The investigation was initiated in June, following multiple accusations against Lindemann of sexual assault. The allegations, which first surfaced online, ranged from claims of drinks being spiked to physical harm at pre-party events. However, the prosecutors found no evidence supporting these claims, nor did they find any testimonies from alleged victims.

In a similar vein, the investigation into Alena Makeeva, who was accused of procuring girls for afterparties with Lindemann, has also been dropped due to a lack of substantial evidence. Both Lindemann and Makeeva have denied the allegations from the outset, with their legal representation asserting that the termination of the investigation showcases a lack of evidence of any sexual offenses.

Notably, this isn’t the first time Lindemann has faced such allegations. Two anonymous women previously came forward with historic allegations against Lindemann and bandmate Christian Lorenz, which were dismissed by their legal teams. Moreover, Lithuanian police decided not to investigate a claim from a fan who alleged she was “groomed for sex” at a show. Despite these controversies, Lindemann continues to be active in his musical career, as he recently released a solo single titled “Child Of Sin.”