On May 25, 'Dispatch' revealed its investigation surrounding indie singer/song writer MoonMoon's past criminal record.
According to 'Dispatch', MoonMoon (31) is currently on a reprieve period for a past offense of hidden camera filming. Back in August of 2016, the indie singer was charged and convicted of secretively filming a woman in a public bathroom. His sentence called for imprisonment if he committed a similar offense in a reprieve period of 2 years.
It seems that when MoonMoon signed on with his current music label House of Music in 2017, the artist hid his criminal record from label representatives. [UPDATED] After confirming MoonMoon's past criminal record, House of Music has decided to terminate its contract with MoonMoon on the spot, canceling all of the artist's schedules immediately. The label further apologized for causing issues and stressed its loss of trust between the label and former artist MoonMoon.
Meanwhile, MonoMoon debuted in July of 2016 and is known for his indie hits "Contrail", "Paint", and more.