In their new podcast episode, Amira and Oliver Pocher comment on the allegations against Rammstein frontman Till Lindemann and speculate that the band could be on the verge of extinction.
Cologne – "A new edition with the Pochers and yes, there is the big topic of Rammstein, which of course has picked up speed again this week," announces Oliver Pocher (45) at the beginning of the new podcast episode. He and Amira (30) are sure that Till Lindemann cannot be legally proven, but at the same time raise the assumption that Rammstein will soon no longer give concerts.
Amira and Oliver Pocher talk about Rammstein allegations
The accusations against Rammstein lead singer Till Lindemann (60) do not stop. Several women accuse him of sexual harassment and abuse. In the meantime, the band has commented on this and distances itself from the serious allegations. "We condemn any kind of assault," the band said in an Instagram post.
In the meantime, Till Lindemann has also called in his lawyers. "For example, it was repeatedly claimed that women had been drugged at 'Rammstein' concerts with the help of knockout drops or alcohol in order to enable our client to perform sexual acts on them. These allegations are invariably untrue," the lawyers' press release reads.
The singer of the band Rammstein, Till Lindemann © Jens Kalaene - dpa picture alliance
Now more and more public figures are commenting on the allegations against Till Lindemann. "I believe that this story will break the neck of this band," predicted Olli Schulz (49) a few days ago in a joint podcast with Jan Böhmermann (42). Amira and Oliver Pocher are of the same opinion.
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"Could have been the last concerts ©": Amira and Oliver Pocher talk about Rammstein allegations IMAGO / Future Image
Amira Pocher then points out that this phenomenon is not new: "Every rock star, every singer, every celebrity, when he's on tour, has certainly happened to everyone at some point where the assistant sees a nice girl and thinks: I think he might like her". Oliver interjects here and notes that this is about the issue of abuse of power: "It's a fine line where it may not yet be relevant under criminal law, but you just feel so uncomfortable. Crammed together in a group without a cell phone and thus chatted up or pushed to do something you don't want at all".
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Annemarie Carpendale and Oliver Pocher were actually a couple from 2002 to 2004. After numerous relationships and his first marriage to Sandy Meyer-Wölden, he got together with Amira. In 2019, the two got married. In the same year, their first son was born. Son number two followed in 2020.
"Could have been the last concerts": Amira and Oliver Pocher prophesy the end of Rammstein
"Tip for the Rammstein case? Do you think that they will play through the tour completely or that it will be finished before then?", Oliver Pocher asks his wife Amira. She is sure that Rammstein's tour will end prematurely. The comedian goes one step further: "I think these could have been the last Rammstein concerts. I think there will also be big discussions within the band. Internally, it's going to be a real rattle."
Till Lindemann, lead singer of the band Rammstein, is on stage. © Malte Krudewig/dpa/Archivbild
But, even if there could be consequences for Till Lindemann and his band in terms of their careers, "it will be very difficult to attach anything to him legally," says Oliver Pocher. Amira agrees. "Even if you're really a hardcore Rammstein fan (...), it's very, very hard to say: 42 women from 12 countries just came up with that in 33 concerts," Oliver Pocher finally adds.
After the allegations against Till Lindemann, the first measures are already being taken at the concerts in Munich: For example, the KVR boss personally monitors Row Zero. Sources used:Podimo/Die Pochers - Folge Keeping Up with the Pochers