After the scandal involving sexual accusations, all record companies turned their backs on Manson. Moreover, she lost the opportunity to showcase her roles and paintings in two series.
The “wonderful and terrible” rocker Marilyn Manson (real name Brian Warner), 53, whose horrific performances on stage are legendary, is now outside of show business and claims that “his career is in the pit” and haters threaten her with death retaliation. TMZ writes that the artist was the whole reason for allegations that he was sexually assaulted by 15 women.
Stating in legal documents that the constant threats written to her over the internet make her feel anxious, miserable, depressed, uneasy, crazy and sleepless, the artist said, “Moreover, she is worried that someone may harm not only herself but also others.” second wife Lindsay Usich.
The musician complains of unemployment because his record label and talent agency refused to cooperate with him and he was “excluded from Hollywood social and business gatherings.” Because of all this, he is unable to create new music and touring, his paintings “depreciate” and art exhibitions “indefinitely postponed”.
The accusation of violence, as well as his image of a rapist, abuser and producer of child pornography, about which much is written in the media, put an end to the musician’s acting career. He lost Starz’s roles in American Gods and Paramount+’s Civil War.
Last year, Manson sold his Los Angeles home with a “torture room” for $1.8 million and was best known not so long ago for his collaboration with Kanye West, which is now the epicenter of an anti-Semitic scandal.
The black line in Manson’s life began when ex-fiancee Evan Rachel Wood said he “emotionally, physically and sexually abused her” during their seven-month relationship. She voiced it all in Amy J. Berg’s two-part documentary series Phoenix Rising, which premiered on HBO in March.
That same month, Marilyn sued Evan for defamation, deliberately causing emotional distress, violating the California Extensive Access to Computer Data and Fraud Act, and impersonating an FBI agent and falsifying federal documents.
But soon after, four other women – his former assistant Ashley Walters, model Ashley Smithline, Game of Thrones actress Esme Bianco and an unnamed “Jane Doe” – filed a civil lawsuit against him.
Now the investigation is still ongoing.
Recall that in November last year, 55 of Manson’s friends, associates, ex-employees, and associates told what kind of person he was, saying Marilyn never hid her sadistic tendencies from the public.
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