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Topic - Richard Finch
"I am very proud of the legacy in the music business that I have created, but sadly because of my stupidity while under the influence of alcohol, I will not be remembered for that contribution and, rather, I will be remembered for this unfortunate moment in time," Finch said. "It is my own fault and I will work hard to regain trust and respect from those I let down, including myself."
The records say that Finch had told teens "The music industry is all about sex and drugs" and "If you tell your parents, they're going to ... freak out, they are older and they are not in the business."