According to a recent lawsuit, Marilyn Manson allegedly sexually assaulted a 16-year-old on his tour bus and threatened to destroy her family if she came out.
According to the complaint filed Monday in New York’s Nassau County Supreme Court, a woman says that the shock rocker repeatedly sexually attacked and raped her from 1995 to 1999, starting only a few days after her 16th birthday on Sept. 15, 1995. She did so under the pseudonym Jane Doe.
The now-44-year-old accuser also filed a lawsuit against Manson’s record companies, Interscope Music and Nothing Records, the latter of which was started by Nine Inch Nails rocker Trent Reznor. The lawsuit claims that these companies profited from Manson’s sexual deviance, including an apparent proclivity for pedophilia.
According to the lawsuit, the labels “were well aware of [Manson’s] preoccupation with child pornography and pedophilia and his aim to expose youngsters throughout America to sexual themes.” The labels allegedly advertised this “for increased visibility and financial advantage.”
Doe, who at the time resided in Maryland, claims that after the performance, she and a number of other young girls waited outside Manson’s tour bus, but he only allowed her and another girl inside. She alleges that he questioned them in-depth about their ages, the whereabouts of their parents, and even noted down their phone numbers and addresses.
The lawsuit claims that after performing forced copulation and vaginal penetration on the plaintiff, who was a virgin at the time, Manson, whose actual name is Brian Warner, “committed numerous acts of illegal sexual behavior onto Plaintiff, who was a virgin at the time,” all while another bandmate was present.
The court documents said that once Manson, 54, was through, he allegedly urged her to “get the f-k off of my bus” and threatened to murder her family if she informed anybody what had occurred.
Years later, in 1999, when she was 19 years old, Doe alleges she was again sexually attacked by Manson many times over the course of a month when he was on tour.
From 1997 until 2001, Manson was engaged to actress Rose McGowan from “Charmed.”
The lawsuit claims that the plaintiff was persuaded to enter the defendants’ “dark world of drugs, drink, sexual deviance, harassment, abuse, and assault.”
According to the lawsuit, Manson and “his cronies” provided her with drugs and alcohol during this time, and since he had previously groomed her when she was still a kid, he was permitted to abuse her as an adult.
According to court documents, “[Manson] frequently pressured Plaintiff to have intercourse with him and other band members or his assistant at the same time.”
She alleges that Manson was extremely controlling of her during this period, and the relationship even became “hostile and verbally abusive,” according to the lawsuit.
Doe first came forth online in 2021, when women started coming forward with Manson abuse claims. The court documents state that she claims Manson retaliated against her by disclosing private information about her, breaking into her internet accounts, and harassing her online.
Doe is seeking unnamed damages in her lawsuit.
Doe’s attorney, Jeff Andersen, released a statement saying, “Brian Warner and his promoters are today held accountable for decades of decadence, violence, predation, and intimidation.”
Howard King, the attorney for Manson, asserted that his client is unfamiliar with Doe and was “never involved with her.”
The attorney claimed that Doe’s account is constantly evolving and referred to her complaint as “a shakedown” chock-full of “vicious falsehoods.”
For more than two years, King claimed, “she has been selling her bogus story to tabloids and on podcasts.” But even a cursory examination reveals the glaring inconsistencies in her constantly changing accounts as well as her considerable cooperation with other fake claimants.
The striking contradictions will show why this erroneous move won’t hold up to judicial scrutiny, according to King.
Brian won’t consent to this swindle, and neither will the legal system. Requests for comment from Universal Music Group, the parent company of Interscope and Nothing Records, were not immediately fulfilled.
However, Manson said in a 2021 Instagram post that “My personal relationships have always been
Actress Evan Rachel Wood from “Westworld” is one of at least 15 women who have accused Manson of sexual, psychological, and physical assault. The accusations have been refuted by Manson and his attorneys.
Esmé Bianco, a “Game of Thrones” actress, sued the singer in 2021, alleging that he had drugged, tormented, and sexually abused her. These accusations have also been refuted by Manson. The lawsuit was resolved last week, according to court documents.
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