Who is Austin Carlile? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Career, Accused

Who is Austin Carlile? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Career, Accused Net Worth

Austin Carlile Wiki –  Austin Carlile Biography

Austin Carlile was well-known for publicizing the effects of Marfan syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that affects the body’s connective tissues. Carlile Mice & Men in 2009 after fronting the band Attack Attack!, Consequence of Sound reported.
In a tweet, he said that his disorder had caused him to experience broken ribs, a dural tear in the back of his head, and hip pain. He also said that the pain was so intense, he “couldn’t perform in any sexual activity for over 2 months, myself or with a partner, etc.”

The band was actually forced to cancel a tour in Europe due to Carlile’s condition, Alternative Press reported. Carlile announced at the end of 2016 that he was leaving the band and said he wished them “the best of luck” without him, the magazine reported. According to Alternative Press, Carlile told an Instagram fan that he left because the band wasn’t going to let him write what he wanted on the next record. In his Twitter statement, he said that he would continue playing music in Costa Rica.

. They released The Flood in 2011 and Restoring Force in 2014. Following his departure from the group in 2016, he went on to coach youth baseball in Costa Rica. In 2005 he formed Call It Even with his high school friends. They released seven songs before breaking up in 2006. He left Attack Attack! in 2007, and returned to perform with Of Mice & Men after having open heart surgery in 2010. His band collaborated with Waka Flocka Flame on a special version of their song “OG Loko.”

Austin Carlile Age

He was born on September 27, 1987 (age 32).

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Personnel Life

On May 13, 2005, Carlile’s mother died at the age of 38 due to an aneurysm. She also had an undiagnosed Marfan syndrome, a disease Carlile would genetically inherit. Although raised Catholic, Carlile became disillusioned with the religion for a while in the wake of his mother’s sudden death. However, on July 3, 2016, Carlile was baptized and identifies as Christian ever since. Since his time in Costa Rica, some visiting ministers prayed for him and the symptoms of his condition subsided where he could again live an active and healthy lifestyle. On June 21, 2019, he got engaged to his new girlfriend, Marivel Gavaldon who has a daughter from a previous relationship named Lovelokai. Carlile resides in Guanacaste, Costa Rica.

Several years ago Carlile was accused of rape and sexual misconduct towards at least 15 women. The American music magazine Alternative Press interviewed 15 suspected victims for an article about the case to be released. The initial release was canceled due to Carlile filing a lawsuit against the magazine if an article was released about this case. In June of 2020, he got accused again and Alternative Press announced to release the article from several years ago after they came under pressure by the accusations.

Career

Carlile formed Attack Attack! (originally called Ambiance) around 2006 when Johnny Franck, Andrew Whiting, Nick White, and Andrew Wetzel met Carlile while playing in local high school bands. In 2008, halfway through a tour supporting Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, Confide, A Static Lullaby, and Showbread. Carlile was replaced by Nick Barham, brother of Sleeping with Siren’s drummer Gabe Barham. Carlile said it was for “personal reasons” that he left the band.

Accused of Rape and Sexual Assault by Caitlyn Stiffler

Austin Carlile, the former frontman for the music band Of Mice & Men, is being accused of rape and sexual attack by Caitlyn Stiffler, a woman who posted her allegations on Facebook. The Facebook message has since been taken down, but she reposted the accusations on Instagram.

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I originally shared this in my stories & on Facebook, but I don’t want it to disappear. I want anyone who needs to see this to see it. Dear @altpress, Remember when over 15 girls shared their stories with you about this serial rapist? Because I do. I was one of them. Now you want to not only share HIS nonsense, but you want to put his name next to Jesus? No, just, no. It’s not okay. The alternative community has followed you for YEARS. I followed your stories so closely all through high school and watched my artist friends be featured by your magazine. To be contacted by you to share my story, in hopes that it wouldn’t keep happening to other girls, felt like a dream. Finally there was something I could do, considering I was told by law enforcement that there was nothing else I could hope for with no physical evidence. I never thought anyone would believe me or take this seriously, then there was your magazine asking us to share. He not only raped girls, probably more than anyone even knows about, he was a predator seeking out underage girls by using his position in the music industry to do so. He threatened you with a lawsuit and you backed down. I get it, who would want to be involved in that when you could just… not. That was your choice, a choice none of us had. We can’t just let it go and forget. I for one had hoped that you would at the very least stop featuring him. Guess I was wrong to hope that. He needs CANCELLED. Get him out of these kids’ faces who believe he’s a good person deserving of recognition. #cancelaustincarlile #austincarlile If you feel comfortable, please share this. Girls need to know what he’s capable of doing. He can’t hide from this forever and I can’t stand by anymore wondering if he’s out there doing this to anyone else.

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In the Instagram post, Stiffler said that she was one of fifteen women to be sexually assaulted by Carlile. She also accused Alternative Press, a music magazine that has described itself as having a “female-led and lgbtq+ editorial staff”, of hiding the story:

To be contacted by you to share my story, in hopes that it wouldn’t keep happening to other girls, felt like a dream. Finally, there was something I could do, considering I was told by law enforcement that there was nothing else I could hope for with no physical evidence. I never thought anyone would believe me or take this seriously, then there was your magazine asking us to share. Alternative Press has written about Carlile before, in stories that covered his life with Marfan syndrome and why he left the band Of Mice & Men.

Carlile himself has not yet responded publicly to any of the allegations. Carlile’s former bandmates have written a statement in which they did not name him but did say they “absolutely condemn sexual violence and harassment in any form.” They also said they had no part in suppressing any articles.

Caitlyn Stiffler’s husband Jonathan

Caitlyn Stiffler’s husband Jonathan described himself in a Twitter thread as “shocked” and “disgusted” that Alternative Press would give Carlile a platform without addressing any of the allegations that he said women told in “gruesome detail.”

In response to the Stifflers’ accusations, Alternative Press said that it was prevented from running the story out of legal concerns.

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