Ashley Smithline Details Marilyn Manson’s Sexual Abuse And Calls Him The ‘Most Terrifying Monster’ In The World
During a recent interview with People, Ashley Morgan Smithline opened up about the extend of the horrific physical, psychological, and sexual abuse she endured over the course of two years while being in a relationship with Marilyn Manson.
As you know, in the past months, 15 women have accused Marilyn Mason of sexual, psychological, and physical abuse, including the famous actress Evan Rachel Wood and Esmé Bianco. Wood had said that Manson started grooming her when she was still a teenager and that the only reason why she didn’t speak up about the ‘horrific abuse’ was that she feared ‘retaliation, slander, or blackmail.’
In a recent interview, one of the survivors, the well-known model Ashley Morgan Smithline talked about her horrible experiences with Marilyn Manson and accused him of physically and sexually abusing her. She said that the first time he raped her, she just woke up one morning screaming and soon realizing that her arms were tied. Manson had started penetrating her when she was asleep and although she told him this was not acceptable, he kept telling her ‘you can’t rape someone that you’re in love with.’
Marilyn Manson also had a ‘bad girls’ room‘ which Smithline describes as a glass box in his bedroom, where he would put the women who would not obey his wishes. For instance, she said ‘if I had to pee while he was replaying one of his songs I’d heard 30,000 times, I’d have to be locked in the box.’ Some of the other women who accused Manson of psychological and sexual abuse said that they were also put in that box.
She said that she had lost a lot of weight, was ‘malnourished and cold,’ and talked about another horrible instance. During the course of two years, Smithline would work as a model in Asia and return to L.A. to see Manson. Once, during a rape struggle, he had broken her nose right before she had to fly back for a modeling job and another time, he threw a knife from across the room and barely missed her face. Smithline said that although she wanted to leave him at times, she was brainwashed by her abuser and was scared of the things he was capable of doing.
Here’s what she said about her current state:
“Being with the other girls, these feelings of guilt and shame have lessened.”
Although she still suffers from night terrors, PTSD, and OCD, she hopes she’ll start healing after stopping the ‘most terrifying monster in the world.’
She finished her interview by saying:
“I’m not a victim. I’m a f—ing survivor. I want people to know who he is, and it’s worth it if not one more woman gets hurt again.”
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