Scottish producer Polonis has been dropped by several labels following allegations of abuse.
An account from a former partner was made available online by commentator and activist Che Heron, which detailed "aggressive and violent" behaviour.
The depiction has been widely shared online, leading to widespread condemnation of his behaviour.
The full account can be found below.
One of my friends has asked me to post this for them about their abusive relationship with DJ/Producer Polonis. The music industry appears to have a surplus of abusive men - at this point it’s important for us to protect women & hold abusive men accountable. We need to do better. pic.twitter.com/fNqjA0eoko— Black Lives Matter (@HeronChe) June 29, 2020
Moving swiftly, labels who have worked with Polonis have deleted the producer's catalogue from their accounts.
Due to events that have come to light, CT and KS will be removing all releases and related content from Polonis from our catalogue. We do not tolerate abusers in any way shape or form and we stand in solidarity with the victims.— DJ Rueckert (@classicaltrax) June 29, 2020
Due to the abuse and manipulation that has come to light regarding Polonis, I will be taking down his music from the bluedollarbillz bandcamp— (@bluedollarbillz) June 30, 2020
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