"Conor hasn't been dropped by Nonesuch. We have contacted TMZ to amend." So says Conor Oberst's publicist in response to a breaking story by the celebrity news site which claims court documents show the Bright Eyes founder lost his record deal following Joanie Faircloth's widely publicized accusation that he raped her when she was 16 years old. That alleged incident would have taken place in 2004."Oberst says the false accusation tanked his record sales and led to his label 86'ing him…
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