Marilyn Manson's reputation has deteriorated to forced marches in recent months. In February, the one who was the couple of her sentimental her, the actress Evan Rachel Wood, accused the musician of Ohio, having raped her and years of physical and psychological abuse. Now, another actress, Esmé Bianco, is waging a judicial battle in a court of angels with the singer of extravagant and macabre aspect that she accuses a similar behavior after working with him in 2009.
The British interpreter, known for its role in play of thrones, denounces to Manson in a demand for assault, sexual assault and trafficking after flying to Los Angeles to shoot a musical video of one of its themes, I Want to Kill You LIKE They do in the movies. The filming was never carried out but the 39-year-old actress says that Manson locked him in one room, assaulted her and subjected her to electric shock in the residence of her angels.
The list of torture is extensive. Apparently, Manson took advantage of the promise of a work visa in the United States to handle the actress at the craviness of it. Bianco says that she had to endure a good number of abuse, including forced work, lack of sleep and a violation. Even so, Bianco and Manson maintained a sentimental relationship for a while.
The industrial metal artist, whose artistic name is the combination of an actress of legend (Marilyn Monroe), has defended himself claiming that Bianco's accusations, besides the chorus of women who have accused him Of similar aggressions, they are a "horrible distortion of reality". Even so, the lawyer of him has requested that the judicial proceeding be invalid for having surpassed the Statute of Limitations of California, which in 2018 passed three years to ten.
But when he met everything he twisted and Manson began to be a "model to keep an expensive who really helped me to overcome incredibly dark and difficult moments," to be "a monster that almost destroyed me and who almost destroyed many women," as he explained In an interview with New York magazine.
Bianco has joined a dozen women who have denounced Manson and who has cost the musician with his record company and his representative of recent years. It is one of four open civil causes against the 52-year-old singer. Some may take years to be resolved for years.
Wood was the one who gave the decisive step when confirming for Instagram that Manson - whose real name is Brian Warner - is "a dangerous man" and that we have to stop him "before it ruins more lives". She in his she made a dent since 2007, when she began to come out despite the remarkable difference of age. She was 19 years old and the musician 38. "He began to harass me when he was a teenager and abused me terribly for years. I was manipulated and washed my brain so that I was subjected. I have stopped living with fear of reprisals, slander or blackmail." wrote.
The shadow of the metoo movement now looms over the infernal halo of one of the most controversial singers of the musical industry.Updated Date: 07 November 2021, 05:31