two Investigations Developed by Journals rolling rock NS Los Angeles Times, published on Sunday, compiled several testimonies from ex-girlfriends and former co-workers of singer Marilyn Manson revealing episodes of psychological and physical violence and sexual assault by the rock star.
Over the course of nine months, the two publications collected court documents, interviewed more than 55 people who knew Marilyn Manson at different stages of her life, and collected testimonies from the singer’s ex-girlfriends who said they were victims of psychological and sexual abuse in the process. the period of their relations.
In their testimonies, the women – including Ashley Walters, the singer’s former assistant, Ashley Morgan Smithlin, actress Evan Rachel Wood, and actress Sarah McNeely, the singer’s ex-girlfriends – spoke of a solitary, soundproofed cell where she was isolated. for hours as punishment for the smallest transgressions they committed before Manson.
According to the alleged victims, the cell, which was completely glazed and located in the corner of a room in Manson’s apartment, in West Hollywood, was called by the singer himself Bad Girls Room.
Ashley Walters, a former aide to Manson, who recently filed a lawsuit against the rock star for sexual assault and other charges, says the singer loved telling people about Hive:
He always talked about it in a joking tone and bragged about it, ” Walters remembers.
In fact, the rolling rock He even remembers an interview in which Marilyn Manson spoke frankly about the dungeon in question: “If someone misbehaves, I can arrest them there. [na cela]And it is soundproof ”, he stated in an interview with a magazine in 2012.
Ashley Morgan Smithlin, who is suing the singer for sexual assault, among other charges, told Rolling Stone that during her dating period, Marilyn Manson repeatedly forced her to stay inside the cell — which was the size of a locker room. From a clothing store. – For hours.
At first, he made it look great.”, admitted to Smithline, then added: “Then he made the dungeon extremely punitive. Even if I were to scream, no one would hear me.”
The first reaction is always to fight – and he loved that fight. I learned not to fight [contra o castigo]Because that’s what he wanted. I was just trying to go somewhere else in my head,” he told the magazine.
According to the women’s descriptions, the interior of Manson’s apartment was decorated with blood, swastikas and pictures cut from pornographic magazines. The carpets, furniture, and decorations were black, as were the blinds he used to block out daylight for nearly 24 hours a day.
The temperature in the apartment was always cold. The alleged victims said that if anyone raised the temperature, Warner would react with tantrums and furniture destruction. An ex-girlfriend referred to the apartment as A Black refrigerator.
In that apartment, according to the testimonies of Manson’s ex-girlfriends, the singer committed repeated acts of mental, physical, and sexual abuse that left her with bouts of anxiety, depression, panic attacks, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Actress Esmé Bianco, best known for her role on Game of Thrones, claims that Marilyn Manson verbally abused her, deprived her of sleep and food, bitten and injured her, and even electrocuted and whipped her without her consent, as well as sexually assaulted her during the two years they were together.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, the actress recalls an episode in which Manson chased her around the apartment with his hand with an ax, while he was destroying walls.
“That was a turning point for me.”The actress who sued Manson has pleaded guilty to assault and sex trafficking. Bianco even says he felt ‘In imminent danger to life’He says he has no doubts that ending the relationship was his “The best attempt to survive.”
in the last year , More than a dozen women have accused Manson of psychological, physical or sexual assault. In March of this year, Actress Evan Rachel Wood has publicly accused Marilyn Manson of sexual assault.
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