Echoing some of the other points here (and those made on FB), I can't really see what the huge uproar is about. Yes, maybe he did use his position of being 'famous' to his advantage with women, but then in ANY new encounter / relationship with a potential partner, aren't you always trying to show your best attributes to effectively make yourself seem appealing?! What next...? Because a guy hits the gym every day, and gets ripped, he isn't then allowed to use his physique to be more appealing to women?!?!
Whilst I am 100% for equality and everyone being on a level playing field, this just feels like PC feminist nonsense gone too far. Apologising for being a talented, charismatic, and sexually appealing artist, who women want to be with, is ridiculous. What if this was the other way around and it was a woman fronting a band who had been with people, in-part due to her fame and status? Maybe I am wrong, but I don't think we would be having this conversation, nor would the woman feel as though she had anything to apologise for. Unless he has actually pushed women into sexual encounters, in exchange for making promises of fame and fortune, and the like, I can't see the problem.
I've also met Evan before and saw him talking to many fans of all races, genders and ages, and couldn't see anything more than a genuinely excited and enthusiastic performer getting a buzz from meeting his fans.
Everyone needs to chill out, and just let people screw one other, if that's what both parties want to do.
Anyway, back to music... Still hoping for a new album within the next 12 months!