However... instead of it ending with apologies and moving on, Jack's bandmate Jack Jonson went on to upload a video to his YouTube channel, and it sparked some interesting responses.
"I think the world deserves to know the truth. Straight up," he captioned it.
"I'm not gonna let the world sit in the dark in this situation," he says, claiming he has "receipts" that Madison has been lying the entire time.
He revealed that Madison was the one who leaked the clip in the first place, after she admitted on her statement that she didn't.
The video then sparked the hashtag #MadisonBeerIsOverParty on Twitter, which is surprising because all Jack Johnson revealed in his clip was that Madison leaked the audio herself. The clip still showed abuse and horrendous name calling being thrown her way.
If it was Madison's way of bringing attention to the issue, she shouldn't be condemned for that.
She then went on to issue another statement.
"I urged women to speak up and to learn from my foolishness. I now understand why it's difficult for women to speak up and why I was so afraid to do so all this time.
"Why is the woman who was being abused being called a liar? Why am I to blame? What happened in the video is real. There is no going around that.
"Please do not sit there in silence and stay in an abusive relationship, take a stand.
"Do not let them silence you. I say this again, nothing is worth your safety or happiness. Speak out."
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