Black Veil Brides’ Singer And Wife Fight On A Plane? [WATCH]
You might have recognized her from The Voice in 2012. Juliet Simms is married to Black Veil Brides singer Andy Biersack, and apparently they got into a pretty big fight on an airplane.
According to TMZ, no one is sure why the fight started or what it was over. All we know is that both Juliet and Andy are blaming alcohol for the incident and calling it an "isolated" instance. Oh, and she accused him of breaking her ribs. Again, we can't confirm that part of it - but there definitely was a verbal altercation.
Crazy, right? Police apparently questioned them when they landed and then they were released. Later, Andy posted a message on Instagram to try to provide some answers as to what happened. What do you make of this incident?
You may have read online that my wife and I had a scary & traumatic experience on our return flight from TN this weekend. We are currently home and safe and trying to emotionally recover from all of this.The unfortunate event itself compounded with online stories & videos show an isolated but difficult moment for my wife & I encourage you to read her statement on her IG @thejulietsimms regarding the situation as I feel it is best that any information comes from her directly. Many of you know that I recently decided to live entirely sober. In the past I struggled with the concept of alcohol and my own personal demons and so a year ago I decided it was time to move on from it & start down the path to sobriety. I believe alcohol is one of the most poisonous & volatile substances we as a society have at our disposal & that it can truly hurt & affect people in the most negative way. My wife no longer drinks but due in large part to a myriad of recent upsets including some tragic family news she became intoxicated during the flight and was left confused, blacked out & disoriented. She said things that are not true and are in no way her or a part of her character and despite rumors or conjecture I will definitively state that we have a happy and harmonious marriage. It is my duty as her husband to make sure everyone is aware of how much I love her, how kind and strong she is and her resolve to learn from this & for both of us to move forward as a healthy, loving family. Thank you to every one of you who have stood by our side in this time of pain and we vow to continue to be there for anyone who needs it. Remember that no one is perfect, we all fall down sometimes. What matters is that we get back up stronger. Lastly, we're sorry that this was brought to your attention and if it in any way pulled you from real issues in the world, your family etc. I think we can all agree our time is better spent trying to help one another rather than tear each other down for moments of weakness or mistakes. Please remember that the greatest way we can see one another for what we truly are is with kindness, empathy & compassion. Everything else will only block the light of humanity.