Mandy Moore opened his marriage to Ryan Adams on Monday's episode of Marc Maron's "WTF" podcast. While the interview was lost before the release of the February 13 New York Times report, where more women, including Moore, accuse Adams of sexual abuse or emotionally abusive behavior, she freely talks about the "unhealthy dynamics" of marriage that lasted from 2009 to 2016.
"I lived my life for him," says Moore on the show. "It [was] is a completely unhealthy dynamic. I had no sense of myself.
" I felt I was drowned, "she continues." It was so unsustainable and unsustainable and it was so lonely. I was so sad. I was lonely with him. "
She said that her own career had taken up Adam's needs and said she knew the marriage could not" keep herself "if she had worked full time." I wanted to do small jobs ̵
In the interview Times, she talks about the ways in which he told his musical career and said she was not a real musician because she couldn't play an instrument, so she stopped working on music, but told Maron in the program that she plans to record an album with her husband Taylor Goldsmith (of the band Dawes) and Blake Mills (Grammy-winning producer of Alabama Shakes & # 39; Sound & Color "album, as well as working with John Legend, Perfume Genius and Fiona Apple) during a break from shooting" This Is Us ", the NBC show where she stars.
"They are very personal," she tells Maron of her new songs. "I mean, I want to have lived a life for the last 10 years. I have plenty to say." (Listen to the full podcast here.)
Even more serious than Adams & # 39; reported behavior is the requirement of the article that he participated in sexually explicit texts and Skype sessions with a minor fan referred to as "Ava." Two lawyers told Variety that Adams could be in serious legal trouble over exchanges with the woman, now 20, saying she never met him personally. On Thursday, the Times reported that an unnamed law enforcement official said the FBI "looks at" whether Adam's behavior was criminal. The fan was between 14 and 16 years when the interactions that contained nudity took place. Through his lawyer Andrew B. Brettler, Adams, he refused to "ever deal with inappropriate online sexual communication with a person he knew was underage."
In line with the article, three music production companies completed their sponsorship deal with Adams and his upcoming release through Capitol Records was canceled, a source confirmed to Variety .