Marilyn Manson’s Lawsuit Pile Gets Bigger After Rape And Sexual Abuse Accusations By Another Ex-Girlfriend

It’s no secret that Marilyn Manson has been one of the musicians who have been making it to the headlines of rock news very frequently for the past months, due to the unending psychological, physical, and sexual abuse allegations made by many of his former partners and co-workers.

As you probably know, in the past few months numerous women have been speaking up about the psychological and sexual abuse that they endured during their relationship with Marilyn Manson. Famous actresses Evan Rachel Wood and Esmé Bianco were some of the first to speak up, and Wood had said that Manson started grooming her when she was still a teenager while adding that the only reason why she was scared to open up about it before was the fear of ‘retaliation, slander, or blackmail.’

Following that, numerous women came forth and there are currently over 15 women who’ve pressed charges for psychological, physical, and sexual abuse. Some weeks ago, the well-known model Ashley Morgan Smithline talked about her horrible experiences and said that she was raped by Manson multiple times and in fact, one time he broke her nose when she was struggling to resist.

While more and more horrific details come to light with every new voice that finds the courage to speak up, it seems like Manson’s former partners are far from done. A couple of days ago, TMZ reported that another one of Manson’s ex-girlfriends filed a lawsuit for sexual abuse and stated that he raped and threatened to kill her when she went to his home to return a key.

As you may know, Marilyn Manson has already lost his record deal and most of his professional ties have been cut and it looks like it will be challenging for the musician to recover from the recently unveiled bad reputation. Bearing in mind that he’s currently wanted in New Hampshire over the spitting incident that came up less than a week ago, 2021 has been a stressful year for the famous singer.

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