Woman mentions disturbing video: New allegations against Marilyn Manson

Woman mentions disturbing video: New allegations against Marilyn Manson

Woman mentions disturbing video

New allegations against Marilyn Manson

Shock rocker Marilyn Manson comes under more and more pressure. Another woman is reportedly suing the musician for rape. The court records also mention a disturbing video that Manson is said to have shown her.

The negative headlines about Marilyn Manson persist. Now the musician is being sued by another woman who accuses him of raping her. This is reported by the US celebrity portal “TMZ”.

In court documents that should be available to the site, it says, among other things: The unnamed woman is said to have been in a relationship with Manson in 2011. Initially this should have been “romantic and gentle”. Manson later showed her a disturbing video in which a woman was sexually humiliated and threatened with a gun in 1996. The woman was so shocked by the video that she feared for her own life.

After the relationship ended, Manson raped the woman when she returned the musician’s house key. He is also said to have threatened to kill her. A spokesman for Manson did not want to comment on the processes described in the lawsuit in response to a “TMZ” request. The video is said to have been a scripted short film that was intended for a project that was never published.

Since the beginning of the year, several women have been raising serious allegations of abuse against the shock rocker. “Westworld” actress Evan Rachel Wood, who had been in a relationship with Manson for several years, got the ball rolling in February this year. Actresses Esmé Bianco and Manson’s former assistant Ashley Walters have filed a lawsuit against the musician.

In addition, the Gilford police in the US state of New Hampshire are investigating Manson for alleged assault. According to US media reports, the singer is said to have spat on a film camera at a concert in 2019.

Manson has so far denied all allegations. In a statement, he said, “Obviously my life and art have long been a magnet for controversy, but these recent claims about me are terrible distortions of reality.” His record label and manager later ended their collaboration with Manson.

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