Controversial shock rocker Marilyn Manson has been accused of horrific abuse made by his ex, actress Evan Rachel Wood. These include various degrees of sexual assault lawsuits and allegations of abuse. However, Manson, whose real name is Brian Warner is putting together a defense against the actress and is now suing Wood. The lawsuit is on the grounds of a “campaign of malicious and unjustified attacks” that Manson believes that Wood allegedly put together to take him down. The shock rocker was recently accused of being this shocking figure.
The Westworld star and Manson started dating when she was 18 and he was 36 in the year 2007. The two would end up getting engaged a couple of years later in 2010. Yet, the engagement would not last long as the couple called off the relationship not even a year later.
‘The Beautiful People’ singer proclaimed that Wood, along with an associate – Wood’s on again and off again partner Ashley “Illma” Gore, “provided checklists and scripts to prospective accusers, listing the specific alleged acts of abuse that they should claim against Warner.” – however as of now, that claim is not definite.
Due to the alligations toward Manson however, it has cost him quite a bit in regards to his reputation as he was dropped from his record label – Loma Vista Recordings after the accusations came to light. In addition, the Starz drama ‘Creepshow’ and AMC Network’s ‘American Gods’ have both edited out appearances staring Manson following the accusations as well.
During a recent appearance on the Drinking Gods podcast, Kanye West would come out in support of Manson saying that “they can’t cancel us all.” Manson recently performed with Kanye in promotion for his latest album – Donda. Credit to the Los Angeles Times for the following quotes.
“When I sit next to Marilyn Manson and DaBaby, right after both of them got canceled, for five songs, it’s like, they can’t cancel us all,”
On the overall topic of cancel culture, West would go into even greater detail:
“I love it, I’m above it” and describing himself as being in an airplane thousands of feet in the air, looking down at the world. It’s power and politics, you know, power-hungry maniacs and just control,” the rapper said. “This is ‘1984′ mind control that we in. … Mob mentality.”