“If you’re gonna bring something up from my past, do something I haven’t spoken on. That is my friend Mya. We were both 15 and completely sober. My friend Rory filmed it and she completely consented to it and said ‘no’ in the video because the ‘Grind On Me’ is cringe,” the 20-year-old explained in an Instagram comment that was screenshotted and reposted to the TikTok Room Instagram account. “Get your facts straight please, or do I have to once again bring her back into this like I did in the past to say it was consensual?”
For those who missed it, Sebastian posted a screenshot that alleged Bryce “sexually assaulted this poor drunk girl who had no control and wasn’t able to stop him.” He captioned the since-deleted photo with “Yea, stan this man right?”
After Bryce spoke out and set the record straight, Sebastian uploaded an apology.
“I’ll take full responsibility for all the things I’ve been posting out of anger it’s honestly stupid and not me. Bryce I’ve tried [to] apologize to you in person but you didn’t want to talk but I understand,” he wrote in a statement.
As fans know, this feud came after Isaak Presley and Sebastian member came under fire in June for a “Smash or Pass” video where they rated various influencers, including Bryce’s ex, Addison Rae. Bryce called them out for the “disrespectful” content and threatened to “‘smash or pass’ some f**king sense into you.”
Sebastian concluded his recent apology with, “If I knew that video a while back would’ve brought all this sh*t I wouldn’t have been in it in the first place. Again sorry for all the unnecessary drama.”
Bryce has not publicly responded to the apology.
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