Dash Berlin Jeffrey Sutorious

BREAKING: Dash Berlin frontman wiped off social media

In the battle for the Dash Berlin name, Eelke Kalberg and Sebastiaan Molijn have made another play against frontman Jeff Sutorius. Today the Twitter and Facebook accounts for the group Dash Berlin have disposed of Jeff altogether, no longer listing him as a member of the iconic trance act.

The news comes in the wake of the pending court hearing regarding the legal ownership of the name. Sutorius has vowed to “sue for his name,” and also revealed that the stress caused by this ordeal was another reason why he was pulling out of shows, after he was unable to make a set at London’s Ministry of Sound in June due to ‘sickness’. 

When now attempting to view the Dash Berlin Twitter page, all you can see is a spinning icon as this sad state of affairs continues. While Kalberg and Molijn denied Sutorius access to social media accounts months ago, they still featured images of the iconic stage performer. Undoubtedly the two currently holding legal rights to the name are working on removing all media involving Sutorius.

Here is how the Dash Berlin entry looks on Wikipedia right now:

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