“He left in the middle of the tour, we had one day to have a little bit of rehearsal in, change the setup a little bit, and we handled it.We played the rest of the tour as a four-piece and had all sold-out shows."But now she is creating a version of reality that simply has no basis in fact, and she knows that. Lee's personal career has made her a rock and roll celebrity worldwide and wealthy beyond her dreams.That she would now turn on him, make such spurious and groundless allegations and summarily dismiss him is illegal and disappointing beyond words." Lee's attorney could not be reached for comment.We were just different, people grow apart creatively and personally.It just wasn’t working between us anymore.” With Lee firmly at the helm, 2006’s success came when Lee was only 21, and it took its toll.
Attorneys representing Evanescence singer Amy Lee filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday against the band's former manager, Dennis Rider of Rider Management, charging "breach of fiduciary duty," sexual assault and battery, professional negligence and currency conversion, among other claims.However, overnight success was also accompanied by unsettled times for the band.Firstly, their co-founder Moody split from the combo, then over the years other band members have been replaced. It was all “a misunderstanding,” as Evanescence singer/main force Amy Lee says of the band’s Christian identity of yesteryear. I guarantee that if the Christian bookstore owners listened to some of those songs, they wouldn’t sell the CD.” Moody went even further.Never mind that she met former boyfriend and bandmate Ben Moody at a Christian summer camp, and that the band’s 2003 debut, in April 2003. “I’m not ashamed of my spiritual beliefs, but I in no way incorporate them into this band,” he said.