Marilyn Manson Case, Day 2. After being accused of abusing former Evan Rachel Wood, the Rock Star responded with an Instagram post: “Sure, my art and my life have always attracted controversy like magnets, but these recent accusations are really a terrible distortion. My close relationships have always been. Absolutely consensus and shared with women who thought like me.The truth is – why – others have chosen to manipulate the past, this is the truth.
Now many women share their abusive stories (mostly Wood himself “reposted”) and many celebrities line up with the actress West World (Beginning with Rose McGowan, one of the most staunch supporters of the former Mansion and Meadow movement), Evan Rachel Wood reports that the FBI is continuing its investigation into the case following a question from California Senator Susan. Rubio. “The defendants point to Marilyn Manson, also known as Brian Hugh Warner, as the abuser,” he wrote in a letter dated January 21, 2021. “I have asked the judiciary to arrange a meeting with them as soon as possible. The alleged victims and the investigation of these allegations.”
Last update of the story: Loma Vista Recordings, labeling Manson’s two latest albums V R Chaos, Has decided to distance itself from the artist and download: “In light of the accusations of Evan Rachel Wood and other women against Marilyn Manson, Loma Vista will immediately stop any promotional activity on her album,” they say in a post on their social channels. “In view of the disturbing developments in the story, we have decided not to collaborate with Marilyn Manson on future projects.”
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