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Marilyn Manson's response to abuse allegations divides opinions on the matter

Marilyn Manson responded to Evan Rachel Wood's abuse accusations through his Instagram account and sparked a reaction from fans on social media as well as a new action by companies representing the artist. Keep reading to find out all the details.

  • Marilyn Manson was publicly accused of physical and mental abuse by actress Evan Rachel Wood through social media on February 1st.
  • In addition to the actress, 5 women emerged who joined the public accusation of the actor's wrong acts, causing his record label Loma Vista Recordings to disengage professionally from the 52-year-old artist.
  • It is not the first time that Brian Warner has been accused of abuse, in 2018 he was brought before the law for the same reason, but the case was dismissed for lack of corroboration.
Evan Rachel Wood and Marilyn Manson.

After the multiple accusations that point to the singer of "The Beautiful People" as a perpetrator of prolonged physical and mental abuse of former partners and collaborators, the 52-year-old singer went out to deny the facts through his Instagram account.

According to the artist, his relationships with his intimate partners have always been consensual.

Evan Rachel Wood, Sarah McNeilly, Ashley Lindsay Morgan, Ashley Walters, Charlyne Yi, Brittany Leigh, and Scarlett Kapella, have shared their experiences through the social platform Instagram, all giving specific details of the abuse and agreeing on many points.

Even another of his exes, actress Rose McGowan shared a video on social media supporting Evan Rachel Wood but made it clear that in the period in which she had a relationship and was even engaged with Marilyn Manson(1999-2001), he did not have those behaviors.

Senator Susan Rubio sent a letter to the FBI to investigate the accusations agains Marilyn Manson.

The truth is that the artist's denial of the accusations against him, far from remedying his professional situation, has led the Creative Artists Agency (CAA) to stop representing him and to Starz network's decision to remove his appearance in an episode of "American Gods" that was going to premiere later in the current season of the show.

Things seem to be looking bad for Manson. Meanwhile, on platforms such as Twitter, the polemic is served and while some harshly condemn the artist for his alleged acts, others believe that he should be innocent until proven otherwise.

The truth is that we are in a very delicate context in terms of gender violence and the fact that so many women agree in their stories suggests that this could actually have happened.

We firmly believe in justice and surely this will have a legal resolution that will determine the guilt or innocence of Marilyn Manson.

Be alert because we will keep you informed!


Kelsey Miller

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