Screen Junkies creator Andy Signore, who was accused of sexual assault, gives his side of story with evidence

Andy Signore, the creator of Screen Junkies, Honest Trailers, and Man At Arms, was accused of sexual misconduct at the wake of the #MeToo movement back in 2017. His accuser made several claims, saying that she was sexually assaulted on multiple occasions. Now that the dust has settled, Signore has posted a video that tells his side of the story. He reveals evidence of messages between him and his accuser, with both sides flirting and wanting a closer relationship. You can check out the video below.

In the video description, Signore made an introduction with the following:

“My name is Andy Signore. I’m the creator of ScreenJunkies, Honest Trailers, Man At Arms and many more… For the past two years, a lot has been said about me, some of it true – A LOT of it false. It’s time to tell my side of the story… with evidence.”

April Dawn, who accused Signore of sexual assault, has responded to the video via her Twitter account.

“When I came forward a few years ago, I knew everything that was displayed in the video today could be made public. I decided to go forward regardless because I wanted to make sure no harm would come to any more women.

I was ready then and I’m ready now to take the hits, comments or criticism you can throw at me because at the end of the day, I know my truth and what I did was right. I was a teenager and I made mistakes and I’ve had to live with them. I’m not giving any more of my time or energy to this, I’m moving on for my own mental health. Thanks to all those who continue to support me as I learn and grow.”

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