Canadian singer-songwriter Matt Good has been #MeToo’d.
Good’s label, Warner Music Canada, has dropped the 49-year-old musician after allegations arose of him being a “serial abuser” by his ex-girlfriend, music producer, Hayley Mather.
According to the media report, Mather posted the accusations — which include cheating, sexual coercion and mental abuse — on her Instagram page Feb. 3.
“Matt Good is a serial abuser,” she wrote, according to an article by Global News. “… During our relationship, I had been cheated on frequently (unknowingly, except for one occasion in which I regrettably forgave him), constantly lied to, sexually coerced, groomed, emotionally and mentally abused and manipulated.”
Mather, according to the media report, said everything that took place was consensual, however, “I was told that fulfilling his fantasies were a way to bring our relationship closer together and that it would bring greater intimacy between he and I. It did not bring us closer together.”
She accused Good of manipulating her while she was suffering from postpartum depression and apparently “ended up having a mental breakdown and had to take a leave from work,” from Good’s alleged abuse, according to Global.
In a tweet Thursday, Warner Music Canada said it “has seen the recent allegations against Matthew Good and take them very seriously. We have parted ways with Matthew Good.”
Posts on Good’s official Twitter and Instagram accounts, attributed to Good, said he is saddened by his music label’s decision to part ways.