Lily Allen says her document label has not taken any motion after she advised them she was sexually assaulted by an business determine.
Allen advised The Next Episode podcast she spoke to a Warner Music boss final 12 months concerning the alleged assault in 2016.
A label spokesman stated: “We take accusations of sexual misconduct extremely seriously and investigate claims that are raised with us.”
The BBC understands the alleged attacker continues to work with Warner.
While the singer says she by no means reported the alleged attacker to the police, she believes “most of the music industry knows who it is”.
Allen says the sexual assault occurred on a piece journey to the Caribbean in 2016.
She advised The Next Episode she had been with a document business government at a celebration earlier than heading again to their resort.
“We bought to my resort. I could not discover my room keys. So he was like, ‘Well, why do not you sleep in my mattress whereas I’m going and get the keys or no matter.’ So I handed out in his mattress.
“I wakened and he was in my mattress bare slapping my bum.”
She stated she may really feel him attempting to have intercourse with her.
“I decided, I did not need to go to the police. I did not need to make a fuss and I wished to preserve it quiet.
“I remember thinking about his mum and how she would deal with the news that her son was a sexual predator and I was prioritizing everybody else in this situation except for myself.”
Allen then stated it was not till ladies began coming ahead with allegations of sexual abuse throughout the movie business, that she determined to share her expertise. She first wrote about it in her e book My Thoughts Exactly, which was revealed in September 2018.
It was later that 12 months she says she met Max Lousada, a chief government at her document label, to talk about the alleged assault.
She says Mr Lousada advised her that he had not identified something concerning the incident till he learn the e book.
Lily Allen stated she wished to communicate out about her alleged assault so as to defend different artists within the business.
“I would feel awful if I found out that somebody much younger and more vulnerable had had a similar experience that could have been prevented,” she stated.
She believes her alleged abuser could also be round different younger feminine artists and says, “it’s my responsibility just to let some people know that this incident happened.”
Warner Music stated it discovered Allen’s allegations from 2016 “appalling” and stated “we’re very focused on enforcing our Code of Conduct and providing a safe and professional environment at all times.”
You can hear the total interview on the BBC Sounds podcast The Next Episode.