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Marlyin Manson Mutiple Sexual Assault Allegations Continue to Grow

By: Accountability News Staff PUBLISHED: FEB 3, 2021 UPDATED: JAN 14, 2022

There are multiple women, including actor Evan Rachel Wood, that have made accusations against Manson that include sexual assault and psychological abuse. The 52-year-old, whose real name is Brian Warner, denied the allegations, calling them “horrible distortions of reality” and claiming his “intimate relationships have always been entirely consensual.”

Here is a list of accusations made upon Manson:

  • Evan Rachel Wood The Westworld actor accused Manson of grooming her when she was a teenager. The pair met in 2006 when she was 18 and he was 36. They dated on and off until 2010. “The name of my abuser is Brian Warner, also known to the world as Marilyn Manson,” Wood wrote in an Instagram post, adding: “I was brainwashed and manipulated into submission. I am done living in fear of retaliation, slander, or blackmail. I am here to expose this dangerous man and call out the many industries that have enabled him, before he ruins any more lives.”

  • Sarah McNeilly McNeilly, a model, said Manson “lured” her in by “posing as the perfect boyfriend.” She said he soon began to abuse her by isolating her from friends, locking her in rooms and verbally berating her for hours. “I was emotionally abused, terrorized and scarred,” McNeilly wrote in an Instagram post. “I was locked in rooms when I was ‘bad’, sometimes forced to listen to him entertaining other women. Kept away from certain friends or if I didn’t he would threaten to come after them. I was told stories of others who tried to tell their story and their pets ended up dead.”

  • Ashley Walters Walters, a photographer, said she worked for Manson as his personal assistant after he reached out to her on social media in 2010. She said he subjected her to “psychological abuse” and frequently feared for her safety in his presence. “In the beginning, he’d put me on a pedestal and would tell me I was saving his life,” Walters wrote in a post on Instagram. “He was very skilled at gaslighting his inner circle ... He would dictate the parameters of our reality. Horrifying, deranged behavior, and insane scenarios became normalized.” “It felt like I was his property because he would offer me up for sexual encounters to please potential collaborators or friends,” she added. “He isolated me from my friends and family. ... He frequently became violent, throwing items including glass plates and heavy objects.”

  • Scarlett Kapella Kapella has alleged Manson subjected her to emotional, physical and sexual abuse after pursuing her in 2011 while she was modeling in Mexico City. “I had respected him as an artist and was thrilled he wanted to work with me and wanted to paint me,” she posted on Instagram. “He would go from charming & loving to complete monster behavior".

  • An anonymous accuser An artist alleged Manson tied her up, deprived her of sleep and forced her to take drugs during their roughly six-month relationship. She said she attempted to kill herself at one point while they were dating. “I met Brian Warner, known as Marilyn Manson, backstage in October 2015,” the woman wrote in an Instagram post. (The account has since been deleted.) “I was 22 and he was 46. ... The second time we met he broke a wine glass in the hotel room and demanded we make a blood pact together. He cut both our hands with the broken glass.” “He called me crazy,” she continued. “He called me autistic. He knew that my relatives are black and that I too share that DNA and would make fun of my race. ... He would often brag about being affiliated with the MS 13 gang and that he could have me or anyone killed.”

  • Ashley Lindsay Morgan Morgan, an actor and model, said she first met Manson when he reached out to her around 2009. She said their relationship turned “dark” quickly. “There was abuse, sexual violence, physical violence and coercion,” Morgan wrote in an Instagram post. “I still feel the affects everyday. I have night terrors, PTSD, anxiety and most crippling OCD.” “He would throw me out of the house in next to no clothing if I fell asleep at 3 am,” she added. “He made me feel like him cutting me, burning me, his fist in my mouth was ‘our thing.’ ... I know he is still doing this to a rotating door of young girls and causing irreparable damage.”

  • Chløë Black Black, a musician, said she was subjected to Manson’s alleged abuse 10 years ago, claiming he deprived her of sleep, verbally abused her and physically hurt her. “He said many racist and anti-semitic things and laughed at my outrage,” Black wrote in an Instagram post. “He belittled me for listening to ‘black people music.’ When he flew into a rage he had a growling animalistic scream and threw glasses at walls.”

  • Louise Keay Bell Keay Bell, an artist and writer, alleged Manson emotionally and financially abused her for several years when she was 19 years old. “I looked up to him and he took advantage of my trust, exploited me, emotionally and financially abused me and tried to control me,” Kaey Bell wrote in an Instagram post. “After speaking out I experienced harassment, stalking and cyberbullying, some of this from people associated with him.”

  • Charlyne Yi Yi, an actor, alleged in 2018 that Manson harassed her and other women while visiting the set of the TV series “House.” She said he made inappropriate sexual comments to the women and called her a “China man.” “I stand with the survivors who have shared about Brian Warner aka Marilyn Manson,” Yi wrote in an Instagram post Monday. “3 yrs ago I shared about Brian’s sexual harassment & white supremacy toward me.”

  • Ellie Rowsell Rowsell, lead singer in the band Wolf Alice, said Manson surreptitiously recorded a video up her skirt at a music festival a few years ago. “I met Marilyn backstage at a festival a few years ago,” Rowsell tweeted. “After his compliments towards my band became more and more hyperbolic I became suspicious of his behaviour. I was shocked to look down and see he was filming up my skirt with a gopro.” “There were no repercussions for his behaviour, his tour manager simply said ‘he does this kind of thing all the time,’” Rowsell continued. “If he does this kind of thing all the time why on earth has he been headlining festivals for so many years?"

  • Saint Sasha Sasha, a model and makeup artist, suggested she felt controlled and fearful of Manson during their alleged relationship in 2016. “Some of the girls saw a much darker, angrier (to say the least) side of him that I didn’t ― but wouldn’t have been surprised if I did,” Sasha wrote in the old post, which she shared on Instagram. “There’s more to this story, and scarier sides of him that I wish I could scream at the top of my lungs but wouldn’t get away with.”

  • Annie Abrams Abrams, a publicist, named Manson as her abuser. She said he repeatedly threatened her in recent months, including in text messages and social media messages that she shared on Instagram. “He is a manipulative, psychotic, terrifying individual and I am still suffering from the complete and utter brain defrag that he has performed on me,” Abrams wrote in an Instagram post. “For the past six months, I’ve been manipulated, threatened, blackmailed ...he would claim I had promised him things that I never did and then make me feel fucking awful for not doing what he’s asking me to do by threatening to kill himself,”

  • Bianca Allaine Allaine, an actor, told The Sun that Manson forcibly kissed her in 1995 when she was 16 years old and he was in his mid-20s. She said they had a brief relationship a few years later, during which he would routinely “humiliate” her. “It was a very confusing relationship, and looking back I feel it was emotionally abusive,” Allaine said. “He would be very sweet one minute, and then he’d degrade me in front of his friends.” Allaine said Manson was never physically violent toward her, but that she believes all the women who have come forward against him.

California/ Marlyin Manson/ News Source by: Hailey Miller


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