Good Charlotte have dropped Moose Blood as support for their upcoming tour after fans expressed concerns over allegations made against Moose Blood last fall.

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Earlier today, Good Charlotte announced Boston Manor and Moose Blood as support for their Generation Rx headlining dates in the U.K. and Europe. Following the announcement, a mixed set of emotion between fans surfaced.

Almost immediately after the announcement, the band shared a tweet saying that they were “reviewing the situation with care” and that another announcement regarding the tour support would be coming soon.

A few hours later, the band shared the following statement to their Twitter:

GC fans in EU&UK, we’ve decided to remove Moose Blood from our recently announced tour, scheduled for this Feb. We apologize for any inconvenience, but we feel we have a commitment to keep to ourselves, our fans & our community. Stay tuned for further support announcements soon.

It’s unclear at this time who will be supporting Good Charlotte on their U.K. and European dates.

Earlier this year, Moose Blood released a statement regarding allegations against vocalist Eddy Brewerton that emerged last fall, claiming Brewerton stole nudes off a woman’s phone and sent them to the band’s WhatsApp group.

Moose Blood said the allegations are “entirely false and we strongly refute it.”

Last year, the band parted ways with their drummer, Glenn Harvey, following sexual harassment allegations that surfaced online.​