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Closure In Moscow Deny Links To Trump ‘Golden Shower’ Parties in Russia

Melbourne rockers, Closure In Moscow have been forced to issue a statement after a leaked US intelligence briefing specifically named the post-mosh-metal-prog-alternative five piece as being directly linked to Trump and his alleged ‘golden shower’ parties in Moscow, Russia.

Lead vocalist, Christopher de Cinque, released a statement on twitter saying “Fake News from big losing main stream media. Tremendous lies. Sad”

The comments follow a week of tension in which the security services briefed President Obama on what was described as ‘compelling evidence of continued and inappropriate contact between Closure In Moscow and the Kremlin in the lead up to the election and the hack on the DNC’.
The release of emails from the Democratic party were widely thought to have hurt Secretary Clinton in the lead up to the election and there is now speculation that the group were compromised in a salacious dossier outlining allegations of ‘golden shower’ parties and purchasing “Likes” on the bands facebook page.

Closure In Moscow are no strangers to controversy. In 2010 the band were unceremoniously dumped from the Soundwave festival lineup after a twitter rant in which a member of the group called Vladimir Putin “A great man”. At the time, Soundwave Promoter  AJ Maddah said that “we don’t tolerate that kind of irresponsible use of twitter”

Australian law currently doesn’t provide the mechanism to prosecute Australian artists who may have become Russian “Assets” and ASIO and Homeland Security have both refused to confirm whether the band is still under investigation.

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