Marilyn Manson Might Be Investigated By FBI Following Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Him
Well-known vocalist Marilyn Manson might become a subject of an FBI investigation, which is demanded by California Senator Susan Rubio, after being accused of mentally and physically abusing the actress Evan Rachel Wood.
As you might recall, the famous actress Evan Rachel Wood has recently opened up about being exposed to sexual abuse by one of her ex-boyfriends and revealed that it was actually Marilyn Manson with whom she dated for three years and got engaged in 2010. The couple broke up only a few months after their engagement.
Wood shared a statement on her official Instagram account to reveal the name of her abuser, Marilyn Manson, who horrifically abused her for years starting grooming her when she was only a teenager. In her open letter, Rachel mentioned that she was done living in fear and wanted to expose the person who is responsible for the terrifying experience she had.
Following the abuse allegations against Manson, his record label, Loma Vista, also released a statement to announce that they won’t be working with Marilyn from now on for the recording of his new album or in any of his future projects.
Yesterday, the iconic vocalist took his Instagram account to respond to the sexual abuse allegations against him made by his former girlfriend, Evan Rachel Wood. In his public statement, Manson denied the allegations by referring to them as a ‘horrible distortion of reality.’ He pointed out that all of his intimate relationships have been ‘entirely consensual with like-minded partners.’
However, Marilyn’s statements didn’t calm the public and it was revealed that Senator Susan Rubio submitted a formal request to the FBI and the U.S. Department of Justice for action to investigate the allegations against Manson. Evan Rachel Wood has recently shared the picture of the official request by Senator Rubio on her Instagram account. Rubio sent a letter to the officials as a survived of abuse herself and asked them to take action against the man who might be a serial offender.
Here is what Senator Susan Rubio wrote in her open letter urging an investigation on Manson:
“Dear Acting Attorney General Wilkinson and Director Wray,
REDACTED multiple allegations REDACTED in California REDACTED. The alleged victims have named Marilyn Manson, also known as Brian Hugh Warner, as the perpetrator. I ask that the U.S. Department of Justice meet with the alleged victims immediately and investigate these accusations.
As a domestic violence survivor who now advocates for victims in my role as California state legislator, I share a common trauma of emotional, psychological, and physical control at the hands of an abuser. Victims are almost always isolated from loved ones, making it that much more difficult to escape or come forward. They are usually not believed or are threatened to keep quiet. One of the reasons I fought for victims in my state to have more time to seek justice and to be allowed to use evidence of psychological and abusive behavior, commonly referred to as coercive control, was because they needed additional protections to stop the abuse.”
“Since some of the alleged cases against Mr. Warner are from California, I am especially alarmed. Individuals who engage in this kind of abuse are often serial offenders. If these allegations are true, and no investigation is undertaken, we will be failing the victims and allowing a possible perpetrator to continue abusing unsuspecting victims. That must not be allowed to happen.
Thank you for your time and consideration for prompt action on this matter. I would deeply appreciate any information you may be able to share on the progress of this investigation as you move forward.
California Senate District 22″