San Diego-based bass DJ and producer STUCA has been accused of sexual assault.
Earlier today, Twitter user @equeslut, who goes by the name Mady, took to the platform to post her accusations of sexual assault against San Diego-based DJ and producer Geoff Boss, otherwise known as STUCA or Elestu.
Paired with the tweet is a four-page document from Mady that tells her story and provides an account of what transpired after first meeting STUCA earlier this year. While no exact timeline is presented within the story itself, she provides details of her encounters with STUCA that took place both in-person in Southern California as well as online, along with the alleged acts of inappropriate sexual conduct and assault.
In her accusation, Mady also goes on to explain her own reaction to the actions she experiences and the flashbacks that ensued that led to her filing a police report. Her post on Twitter can be found in full below.
EDM Identity has reached out to Mady and STUCA’s management for comment. Stay tuned for updates on this developing story.
You are not alone. There are always resources and help available to you if you have experienced sexual assault at a festival, event, nightclub, or anywhere in life.
RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) runs the National Sexual Assault Hotline to offer support to victims and their families. Their services are free and confidential: 1-800-656-HOPE (1-800-656-4673) (Available 24 hours a day by phone and by online chat.)
Relief After Violent Encounter (RAVE) — this organization can help you find counseling and therapy after a violent encounter.
RAVE also has a domestic and sexual violence Emergency Response Team that is deployed through law enforcement to provide emergency crisis intervention to victims immediately after an assault. Reach out to their Emergency Response Program Coordinator, Lisa Cloman, at 616-527-3351 ext. 231 or email@example.com.
DJ Mag and the Association for Electronic Music (AFEM) created a support hotline specifically for people to report sexual harassment in the dance music industry. This helpline is staffed by trained experts who will listen and support anyone who calls: (800) 030-5182.