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German YouTuber receives legal compensation from Lindemann’s…

German YouTuber receives legal compensation from Lindemann’s…

After YouTuber Kayla Shyx publicly shared her experiences with the Rammstein case, she says she has now received a letter from Till Lindemann’s law firm.

On June 5, YouTuber Kayla Shyx (real name Kaya Loska) made her allegations against Rammstein public in a video. In doing so, she was one of the first women in the German-speaking world to enhance the descriptions of other young concert-goers who captivated in the “Süddeutsche Zeitung” or spoke via Twitter. Influencer Kayla Sheeks then opted out for two weeks, followed by a second video on June 19.

Meanwhile, several women who had similar experiences contacted her. She also talks about her mental state after the Rammstein concert she attended in 2022 and that it is not easy to say no as a woman.

“I will confirm everything in court.”

On Tuesday, the 21-year-old reported “the latest development from my inbox” on an Instagram Story: According to her own statement, she received a letter from the law firm of Rammstein singer Till Lindemann. “A cease-and-desist order, a cease-and-desist letter — which means they want me to stop saying certain things, withdraw statements,” Shyx says. “That leaves me relatively cold at first.”

There is no reason for the masses to worry about being “gagged”. She herself has a lawyer and has the financial means “so that she will not be intimidated like other women who do not have the means.” Everything that she said and related to her own experiences, she will also confirm in court. “I don’t have a problem with that at all,” said Shyx. “What I’ve seen and experienced is true.”

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Multiple lawsuits against alleged victims

In addition to Shyx, the other women are said to have received a corresponding letter from the Lindemann law firm. The Irish woman, Shelby Lane, who initiated the case, is also reported to have received a lawsuit. The Berlin public prosecutor is currently investigating Lindemann.

A fundraiser is currently underway for victims who can’t afford legal support in the Lindemann case, as Shyx points out again on her Instagram story. Previously, Nora Cheriner advocated for a donation. You collect money “to support those affected” and to balance the balance of power, “says the actress. About 773,000 euros have already been donated. (Avdin)

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