A few weeks ago, 33-year-old Westworld star Evan Rachel Wood accused her 52-year-old ex-boyfriend Marilyn Manson of the systematic abuse he allegedly subjected her to during their relationship. After that, several former lovers of the musician also accused him of abuse, talking about sexual and emotional abuse on his part, which included various forms of coercion or intimidation.
After numerous complaints against Manson, law enforcement agencies became seriously interested in this case. According to TMZ, in the near future, investigators from Los Angeles are planning to meet with one of the alleged victims of the artist to find out if Manson actually committed these crimes, and whether they fall under their jurisdiction. After interrogation, the police will decide whether further investigation of the case is necessary.
By the way, earlier law enforcement officers had already visited Marilyn Manson’s mansion in Hollywood with a check after he received an anonymous call to the police. Then the musician was at home, but refused to talk to the police, while they did not notice anything suspicious in his behavior during this meeting.
Recall that in early February, Evan Rachel Wood admitted that Marilyn Manson had “brainwashed her” and forced her to obey him for several years, but she was afraid to talk about it publicly for a long time. Then the actress was supported by many stars, including Rose McGowan, who had also met Manson before and was even engaged to him.
Evan Rachel Wood and Marilyn Manson
About a week ago, 38-year-old actress of the series “Game of Thrones” Esme Bianco made another accusations against the rocker. She described how, while filming the musician’s music video for the song I Want to Kill You Like They Do in the Movies, she faced real violence from Manson. According to Esme, while working, Marilyn tied her with wires and used a vibrator to inflict injuries, and also practically did not let her sleep or eat, offering cocaine instead.
Manson himself denies all accusations against him, calling Wood’s story “a distortion of reality.” According to the rock musician, his personal relationship has always been coordinated with his partners.