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CALEIN Members Says JD MUSTACHO's Statement Was Posted On The Group's Account Without Their Consent

Brianne Constantino

Posted at June 24, 2020


The rift between the current members of Calein and ex-frontman JD Mustacho continues to grow following the release of his official statement denying sexual assault allegations.

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JD's statement was linked directly to the band's official social media accounts, leading some fans to believe that all is good between them after their previous announcement that he was no longer connected to the group.

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However, that's apparently not the case as bassist Kelvin Aydalla, guitarist Miguel Ilagan, and drummer Paul Regalado posted their collective statement on their personal accounts, saying that JD's initial declaration was posted on their band page without their consent.

The post reads: "Our former frontman's statement was posted WITHOUT our consent and knowledge."

It was also revealed that Kelvin, Miguel, Paul and the rest of Team Calein have been locked out of their social media handles since June 11. "The members of the band and team Calein were locked out of all official social media accounts (Gmail, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter) since June 11, 2020, leaving him complete access."

"We are asking JD Mustacho to STOP posting his personal statements on Calein's social media accounts."

"Please share this information to warn everyone about his unauthorized use of Calein's account for his personal intent."

Calein parted ways with Mustacho earlier this month after sexual assault allegations against him surfaced on Twitter.

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