At the time, the band dropped from the remainder of the Wonder Years‘ tour after the accusation was made by Nicole Schoenholz of One Hundred Year Ocean and formerly the World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die.
Today, the frontman posted an updated note to Twitter, writing:
“The other day I had a positive and constructive conversation with a person who, eight months ago, was pressured into making a statement about me online. This conversation was important to both of us, and I’m grateful we were able to speak on our experiences and what we could do positively going forward.
“We felt this note, which has been approved both my myself and the other person involved, was a step in the right direction. Although we are each valid in our own experiences, we agree that anything that did occur between us was not purposeful or malicious. This person has made peace with a situation they would not have shared publicly under other circumstances.
“I have been in intensive therapy for the past eight months and over that time I’ve been working towards growth, being mindful, and moving forward. I appreciate your reading of this note, be well.”
— Sorority Noise (@sororitynoise) December 30, 2018
The original allegation
Boucher denied the allegation, and you can read his statement below:
— Cameron Boucher (@thecamboucher) April 10, 2018
Read the band’s statement in full below:
We are aware of the allegation against Cam that was posted on Reddit earlier today. Our team is doing its due diligence and looking into the matter as quickly as possible.
In the meantime, we are no longer playing tonight’s show in London with The Wonder Years and will be removing ourselves from the remainder of the tour.
We are looking after Cam and taking him to receive treatment to ensure his health at this time.
It is difficult for us to say more at this moment as the rest of us are doing our best to handle the situation immediately in front of us. We will make an update as soon as we have any more information and clarity to offer.
We are sorry to let any of you down and extend our deepest regrets to those affected. Thank you.
From the band: pic.twitter.com/Xh707GesEb
— Sorority Noise (@sororitynoise) April 11, 2018