Jessie Reyez, Bebe Rexha, Tinashe Accuse Producer Detail of Sexual Misconduct
More women are coming forward with misconduct allegations against music producer Detail.
Record producer Noel “Detail” Fisher, who has worked with the likes of Beyoncé, Jay-Z, and Drake, has been accused of raping and abusing two singers. Details surrounding the alleged abuse surfaced after the women filed a restraining order, which was granted on Tuesday, against the producer.
Following news of the allegations, singer Jessie Reyez retweeted the report, revealing that her 2017 single “Gatekeeper” was inspired by an incident she once had with Fisher. “One night, over 6 years ago Noel ‘Detail’ Fisher tried this on me,” she wrote. “I was lucky and I got out before it got to this. I didn’t know what to say or who to tell. I was scared. Fear is a real thing. The girls that came out are brave as hell.”
Singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha also retweeted the report, writing, “He tried to do the same thing to me when I was new artist,” adding “Glad these women came out. It’s scary. He tried to with me, but I literally ran out of that studio. Karma is a bitch.”
Singer Tinashe chimed in with her own experience on Instagram while commenting on Rexha’s post writing, “The only session I’ve been in to this day where I left due to being soooo uncomfortable. Glad he’s being exposed for the fucking creep he is.”
According to the court documents obtained by The Blast, Kristina Buch and Peyton Ackley claim Detail repeatedly raped them in front of other people, manipulated them daily, and once assaulted them both for six hours straight.
“I was trying to leave and he held me down and I couldn’t get away and he raped me,” one woman wrote in the lawsuit.
Detail allegedly forced them to “have vaginal/anal sex with him after recording songs on multiple occasions” and would control what they ate and when they slept and recorded their conversations.
Both of the women claim Detail promised them a successful music career and stated that they “had to do exactly what he told me to do to make it in the music industry.”