Timothy Heller is an American singer-songwriter from Portland, Oregon.
- Main article: Dresses
Timothy first started her singing career in a musical duo called Dresses, which was composed by, besides her, Jared Ryan Maldonado. Under the name of the band, they released four EPs and one album. The band later separated in 2015 without any official statement from either of the members.
2017–present: Solo Career
Timothy began her solo career with her debut single Sleep. The official audio was originally uploaded on YouTube on October 19th, 2017. The song was taken down due to copyright infringements, however the video was later restored. On February 23rd, 2018, she posted the song's official music video after premiering it at a party the previous night.
On August 11th, 2018, Timothy announced her second single, See Ya!. The song was released on August 21st, 2018.
- Main article: Mikey
Mikey is Timothy's boyfriend and they have been dating for years now. Mikey is also Timothy's director. There is not much else the public knows about him.
- Main article: Melanie Martinez
The American singer Melanie Martinez was Timothy's close friend, but they eventually stopped being friends. The reason was a mystery for a long time, however, on December 4th, 2017, Timothy posted a tweet where she accused her ex-friend of sexual assault. Melanie released two following statements about the allegations, claiming that Timothy "never said no to what we chose to do together", and that her statements were "false". On December 22nd, 2017, Melanie released a song about the allegations called "PIGGYBACK" through her SoundCloud account.
- Main article: Eve
Eve is Timothy's current best friend.
- Main article: Isabel Heller
Isabel is the younger sister of Timothy. Timothy seems to be very supportive of her, as she has posted links to some of Isabel's songs on her Twitter before.
As of 2018, Timothy has been accused of sexual harassment by two minors. No known statement has been made regarding these allegations.
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