"Some time ago I told him to get help and he asked me to help him", Wisenbaker writes.
"I don't regret and will never regret trying to help someone in real need- I believe in forgiveness, redemption and recovery, but my life has become a complete shitstorm of someone else's utter delusion". The women's stories were corroborated by friends and family, with Adams denying the allegations.
That being said, only a few days later, the star is once again speaking out against him, detailing their former marriage and how miserable it made her to be in it. It's not like I completely stopped working.
"I think my co-dependency fed into his co-dependency and some other issues, underlying issues, that it was just, like, the ideal cacophony of madness", Moore said.
It sounds like the actress, and her ex did not have a happy marriage at all!
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Maron tweeted that the podcast interview was recorded "weeks" before The New York Times published its report about Adams, in which Moore opened up about what she considered to be psychologically abusive behaviour from the singer.
Reflecting on her "co-dependent" marriage, Moore, 34, says her career was put on hold while she helped Adams, 44.
Moore was one of several women to accuse Adams of either emotional abuse or sexual misconduct in the report. The Federal Bureau of Investigation announced last week it is looking into whether Adams engaged in sexually explicit online communications with a teenage girl from when she was 14 until she was 16. I knew that this was not the rest of my life.
'His controlling behavior essentially did block my ability to make new connections in the industry during a very pivotal and potentially lucrative time - my entire mid-to-late 20s, ' Moore added.
Adams has previously said that Mandy's view on their marriage is "completely inconsistent" to his own and he claims he was supportive of her "well-deserved success".
Adams' ex-fiancée Megan Butterworth - the pair split in 2018 - also claims the musician was controlling and emotionally abusive during their relationship. Fellow musicians have offered responses, and now some of Adams' collaborators have also spoken up, revealing that ultimately, they find it easy to believe his accusers. Adams has vehemently denied any intentional wrongdoing. All calls are toll-free and confidential.