The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is investigating domestic violence allegations recently made against Marilyn Manson, Billboard points out. “Los Angeles County’s Sheriff’s Department, Special Victims Bureau, is investigating allegations of domestic violence involving Brian Warner, aka” Marilyn Manson, “who works in the music industry,” said a representative from the LA Sheriff’s Office. Department opposite Pitchfork. “The incidents occurred between 2009 and 2011 while Mr. Warner was living in the city of West Hollywood.”
Pitchfork has reached out to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department for comment.
On February 1, actress Evan Rachel Wood got in touch and named Manson as her perpetrator. He said he was “abusing [her] awful for years “while in a relationship. Although she had previously talked about surviving domestic violence, it was the first time she had named Manson.
Manson responded with a blanket rejection statement on Instagram. “Of course my art and my life have long been a magnet for controversy, but these recent claims about me are terrible distortions of reality,” he wrote. “My intimate relationships with like-minded partners have always been completely amicable. Regardless of how – and why – others choose now to misrepresent the past, that is the truth. “
Following the allegations, Manson’s label, TV shows and the booking agency dropped him. Several other women shared their own experiences with the singer. Jenna Jameson said in an interview with the Daily Mail that Manson dreamed of burning her alive and not consensually biting her during sex. Actress Esmé Bianco told New York magazine Manson that she abused her physically and psychologically during a relationship, leaving scars on her body and PTSD.
Wolf Alice’s Ellie Rowsell later said Manson tried filming her rock with a GoPro camera at a music festival. Phoebe Bridgers added that he once referred to a room as the “R * Pe room” in his home.
Dita Von Teese, who was married to Manson for a year, made a statement saying the other women’s accounts did not “match my personal experience during our seven years as a couple”.
Read “Finding Marilyn Manson’s Blurred Lines Between Shock Rock and Alleged Abuse.”