A fan broke into Daniel Seavey’s home while he was out of town, and now he is concerned for his safety. The Why Don’t We member spoke about the event on August 1 and claimed that while he was currently secure, he would be leaving his current house, where he has a studio, in order to better protect himself.
I’ll be transferring houses right away out of concern for my safety. He tweeted, “I’ll also be filing charges.” I am safe for now because I’m not in Los Angeles, but I worry that a restraining order won’t be enough to keep me, my friends, and my family safe.
I’ll be transferring houses right away out of concern for my safety. I’ll also file a complaint. I am safe for now because I’m not in Los Angeles, but I worry that a restraining order won’t be enough to keep me, my friends, and my family safe.
Daniel August 1, 2022 (@SeaveyDaniel)
After TMZ broadcast video of the intruder ringing Seavey’s doorbell while holding flowers, Seavey made the remark. She allegedly moved away from the front door after knocking but before entering through a window. Police are also seen putting the fan wearing a Seaveys Free Larry Hoover concert hoodie in handcuffs in the doorbell video.
A different video taken inside the home shows the fan rummaging through the Seaveys’ kitchen cabinets as she sings along to Adele’s “Can I Get It.” As he pleaded with supporters to pray for the woman, Seavey’s father Jeffery said it had been a long weekend for the family.
After being arrested, the girl was kept in a mental health hold for 72 hours. The doctor warned us that she might do it again and encouraged Jeffery Seavey tweeted to seek charges. We have already requested a restraining order and will submit legal complaints.
The revelation of Why Don’t Wes’ indefinite pause last month has led Seavey to explore a solo career, and the news of the intrusion comes at this time. He has just released two songs: an original song called “Bleed on Me” and a cover of “Hallelujah” by Leonard Cohen.
Why Not? Wes’ divorce occurred in the midst of a protracted legal dispute with their former management firm, Signature Entertainment. Making excellent music and performing for all of you lovely people is all we’ve ever wanted to do professionally. The band posted on Instagram when they canceled their tour last month, “In light of this announcement, Why Don’t We is officially going on sabbatical.” For the five of us, your love and support mean the world. We adore you.
Why don’t we try to get out of their Signature contract by scheduling a hearing with the California Labor Commission. Last September, the band accused David Loeffler, their former manager, of mental, emotional, and financial abuse.