- Full Name Jesus David Torres
- Nickname Dahvie Vanity
- Occupation Singer, Songwriter, Musician
- Nationality American
- Birthplace North Carolina, USA
- Birth Date Sep 05, 1984
- Age 38 Years, 0 Months
Dahvie Vanity | BiographyFounded the electronic music group Blood on the Dance Floor in 2006
Vanity has been accused of sexual assault. The allegations initially surfaced in 2009 after around 21 women committed sexual assault and rape accusations against him. At the time of the incidents, 16 of them were under 18. For years, the discussion was controversial, since there was a lot of circumstantial evidence and multiple incriminating reports. Still, no solid proof was found, and several individuals who spoke out against Vanity later changed their minds.
Jesus David Torres, best known as Dahvie Vanity, is a singer mostly known as a member of the American electronica band Blood on the Dance Floor.
Who is Dahvie Vanity?
Dahvie Vanity is an American electronic musician, singer, and songwriter. He founded the electronic music group Blood on the Dance Floor in 2006. The band's original members consisted of Rebecca Fugate and Christopher Mongillo.
Blood on the Dance Floor released their first album, Let's Start a Riot! in 2008. Unfortunately, Rebecca Fugate died before the album's release in a car accident. Following Fugate's death, Mongillo also left the group during the recording of their second album. Vanity then released the second album, It's Hard to Be a Diamond in a Rhinestone World, along with new lead singer Garett Ecstasy. Unfortunately, the duo parted ways shortly after.
Later, Vanity and new member Jayy von Monroe released their album Epic in 2010 and All The Rage!! In 2011. Subsequently, between 2012 and 2013, Blood on the Dance Floor peaked their career. The group's album Evolution debuted at #1 on the US Dance chart and #8 on the US Indie chart when it was released in 2012.
Their other album, Bad Blood, debuted at #2 on the US Dance chart in 2013. The following year, they released another album, Bitchcraft. Following Von Monroe's departure in 2016, the group recorded nine studio albums until disbanding.
In 2017, Vanity released another single with his then-fiancée and Blood on the Dance Floor bandmate Fallon Vendetta, titled 'Otherside of Fear.' The song was promoted in the album Haunted. Vanity announced the release of their twelfth and last album, Hollywood Death Star, in 2019.
After Vendetta's departure, Vanity was left as a single member. Since then, Vanity has been performing under the names Kawaii Monster and the Most Vivid Nightmares.
Age and Real Name
Dahvie Vanity was born Jesus David Torres on 5 September 1984 in North Carolina. As of December 2021, he is 37 years old.
He was born into a low-income family and spent his childhood in a trailer park with his half-sister.
Vanity has also been accused of sexual assault. The allegations initially surfaced in 2009 after around 21 women committed sexual assault and rape accusations against him. At the time of the incidents, 16 of them were under 18.
He has also been described as a sexual predator by former bandmates Garrett Ecstasy and Jayy Von Monroe. In an interview with television journalist Chris Hansen, his former bandmate, Jayy Von Monroe, also accused Vanity of abuse. He claimed that Vanity pushed him to travel without his HIV medicine, nearly causing him to develop AIDS. In addition, Von Monroe also revealed that he made a full recovery after quitting the band in 2016.
For years, the discussion was controversial, since there was a lot of circumstantial evidence and multiple incriminating reports. Still, no solid proof was found, and several individuals who spoke out against Vanity later changed their minds.
Chris Hansen, a television journalist, announced an investigation into Vanity in early 2020, including multiple interviews with people who claimed Vanity had abused or raped them.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Vanity has a net worth of $3 million as of 2021. His main source of income is through his career as a singer and songwriter.