The 52-year-old singer Marilyn Manson was accused by his ex-partner Evan Rachel Wood, and four other women, of prolonged physical and mental abuse, and his record label, Loma Vista Records, has taken action on the matter. Keep reading to find out more.
The bomb exploded on February 1st when actress Evan Rachel Wood shared the name of her abuser for years on her Instagram account.
To everyone's surprise, Marilyn Manson was accused by the "West world" actress of having physically and psychologically abused her during the three years of their relationship (2007-2010).
Apparently, after the media release of the 33-year-old artist, 4 more women appeared and related in great detail the experiences they had to go through while maintaining a relationship with the 52-year-old musician.
In the stories, there are many points in common between the situations that these victims had to go through, sleep deprivation, physical abuse, and mistreatment of all the people around Marilyn Manson.
Apparently, Brian Warner ended up becoming the dark character he created to express his art on stage.
It is not the first time that Evan Rachel Wood alludes to having been abused in a relationship, although she has never before given the name of her victimizer.
In 2016 the actress told Rolling Stone Magazine that she had been subjected to physical and mental violence by one of her ex-partners.
Upon learning of these accusations against the singer of "The Beautiful People", the record label Loma Vista Records, decided to immediately cease its relationship with the singer and stop promoting his most recent album, "We are Chaos".
It's not the first time that MM is accused of this type of crime, in 2018, a woman whose name has not been disclosed, initiated legal actions against Manson that were dismissed for lack of corroboration and flatly denied by his lawyers.
It also drew attention that in the last hours Rose McGowan took her own social media to support Evan in a video where she condemns the actions of her ex-partner and clarifies that in the period in which she maintained a relationship with Marilyn Manson (1999-2001) he didn't behave like that.
However, at the time they decided to separate, she declared that both of them had "different lifestyles".
We're still waiting for his ex-wife's opinion, Dita Von Teese, and his current wife, Lindsay Usich, whom he married in 2020 in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic.
To be continued ...