Julia posted some messages in her Facebook page:
When I started Cherri Bomb five years ago, I envisioned something beautiful for this band. It’s unfortunate that I’m no longer part of it. Sadly, what has happened wasn’t my decision. I never imagined it ending up this way.
We had a great time, I’m proud of everything we accomplished: We got signed, made a great record, toured the world, and most importantly we found you guys! With that said, I wish the girls the best of luck.
To all of you that followed me through every step of my journey in Cherri Bomb, I can’t thank you enough for your loyalty and sweetness. Now we have an exciting new future to experience together.
I’ll definitely be setting my sights on bigger and better things ahead. I’ve got a bunch of new songs that I’m excited to share with all of you. I’m anxious to get back in the studio and see you all on the road. I hope you’ll be just as excited as I am about moving forward and being stronger than ever!
I’ve read ALL of the comments, messages, and tweets that you’ve sent to me during this transitional time. Your outpouring of support is so encouraging and I really appreciate it!
This is a new beginning. I promise i’ll be there for you, and I love you with all my heart.
How sad that after the band decided to move on without me, they got dropped by the label. It’s a shame it didn’t work out after all the hard work everybody put into this band.
Thank you Hollywood Records for everything you’ve done for us! My personal experience working with you guys has been nothing short of amazing!
And yes its true, Samantha Maloney quit being the band’s manager. But once again, I truly loved working with Sam and I can’t thank her enough for all the opportunities she’s given us.
I hope to work with both Hollywood and Sam again in the future!
Just wanted to address some rumors that have been going around and hopefully I answered some questions you all might’ve had.