The singer of the Red Hot Chili Peppers Describes Repeatedly Raping a 14 Year-Old Girl in Louisiana.

The singer for the band “The Red Hot Chili Peppers,” Antony Keidis, described repeatedly raping a fourteen year-old girl in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in his Autobiography titled “Scar Tissue,” released in 2004.

Keidis, now 59, explains:

“The next day we drove to Baton Rouge, and of course, she came with us,” he said. “After we got offstage, she came up to me and said, ‘I have something to tell you. My father’s the chief of police and the entire state of Louisiana is looking for me because I’ve gone missing. Oh, and besides that, I’m only fourteen'”.

Keidis continued: “I wasn’t incredibly scared, because, in my somewhat deluded mind, I knew that if she told the chief of police she was in love with me, he wasn’t going to have me taken out to a field and shot, but I did want to get her the hell back home right away. So we had sex one more time.” If you’ve ever wondered if Kiedis has any remorse about the incident, refer to their 1985 song ‘Catholic School Girls Rule’ for your answer.

What is troubling is that did Keidis consider the young girl a trophy because her Father was a police chief? Admitting to repeated rapes, was raping children institutionalized in the band in other areas of the United States and in the World? And how many more Keidis child sex abuse victims are there in Louisiana?

We have contacted Jason Weinberg and Donovan Daughtry of Untitled Entertainment via email, who are listed in IMDB as the managers and representatives of Keidis. As of this writing, we have not had a response. SCSA filed an Official Complaint and Investigation request with the Attorney General of Louisiana, Jeff Landry, and other Louisiana state law enforcement officials. It reads as follows:


We just published a news story regarding the singer of the band Red Hot Chili Peppers, Anthony Keidis, who through his own admission in his Autobiography, repeatedly raped a 14 year girl, the daughter of a police chief in Baton Rouge:

Please advise if you will be able to investigate the ultimate heinous crime against our children in the State of Louisiana.

Sincerely yours,
Richard G. Windmann
Survivors of Childhood Sex Abuse (SCSA)"
We await a response.

Inside the details of Anthony Kiedis' troubling sexual assault history

No one would ever accuse the Red Hot Chili Peppers of being reserved in their sexual exploits. Whether it's lyrically in songs like 'Suck My Kiss' or through their own recollections in memoirs like Anthony Kiedis' Scar Tissue, the Chili Peppers cultivated an infamous reputation for carnal desire and lecherous, even perverted ideals.