One-time Oasis and Libertines manager Alan McGee denies rape allegations

ALAN McGee has broken his silence after being accused of two rapes.

The former Oasis manager denied the rumours, calling them “baseless and hurtful”.

Alan McGee denied the allegations against him


Alan McGee denied the allegations against himPhoto credit: Getty
He signed Oasis after the band performed at King Tut's in Glasgow


He signed Oasis after the band performed at King Tut’s in GlasgowPhoto credit: Getty – Contributor

The Metropolitan Police have confirmed two reports of an alleged rape of a woman by a man.

One is said to have occurred in Southwark, London and the second is said to have taken place in Kensington and Chelsea on 22 May 2021

Speak through a representative Sunday postMcGee said: “A number of allegations have been made against me that are baseless, hurtful and utterly untrue.”

“These false allegations crossed the line of serious defamation and I had no choice but to take legal action against them.”

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“I will not comment further at this time.”

McGee, who was born in East Kilbride, discovered Oasis after they played Glasgow’s King Tut’s in 1993.

He immediately signed the band and a little over a year later the band released their debut album, Definitely Maybe.

He has also worked with acts such as Primal Scream, The Jesus and Mary Chain and the Libertines through Creation Records.

A Met spokesman said: “On May 24, police received a report of two alleged rapes of a woman by a man.”

“It was reported that the first alleged rape took place in Southwark and the second in Kensington and Chelsea on May 22, 2021.

“There were no arrests. The investigations are ongoing.”

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Edmuns DeMars

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