Australian songstress Thelma Plum has revealed she faced a barrage of abuse since going public with allegations that Sticky Fingers front man Dylan Frost spat at her during an expletive-filled abusive rant.
It comes as the popular band made the shock announcement earlier this month that it was going on an indefinite hiatus so that Dylan could deal with addiction and mental health issues.
In an emotional Facebook post on Friday, Thelma wrote that she was 'Feeling like a very sad girl' after one of Dylan's relatives came forward with an 'absolute bulls**t version' of the incident.
'Feeling like a very sad girl': Indigenous singer Thelma Plum responded on Friday to the criticism she has received since going public with allegations of abuse against Sticky Fingers front man Dylan Frost
In a since deleted post, the Indigenous singer had accused the Sticky Fingers rocker on Monday of 'swearing at me and spitting' at a Sydney pub earlier that month, leaving her so frightened she had to flee in an Uber with the doors locked.
The alleged altercation started after Dylan accused Thelma of being a 's**t rapper' and Thelma responded by telling him to 'f**k off'.
Since going public, Thelma said she had been subject to abuse from supporters of Dylan.
Abused: The Indigenous singer continues to stand by her story that Dylan swore and spat at her, leaving her so frightened she had to flee in an Uber with the doors locked
'I knew I would cop a lot of flack, abuse and also a lot of defaming when I came out with my story - never did I think to this