Actress Evan Rachel Wood is encouraging her followers to reach out to the LAPD, the district attorney and the attorney general after new information came out from another Marilyn Manson accuser claiming that Manson told her he was planning on killing Wood.
After a California judge recently dismissed a lawsuit against Marilyn Manson filed by an anonymous woman, who claimed Manson raped her and threatened to kill her in 2011, the judge noted woman's unearthed repressed memories were not detailed enough to overcome the statute of limitations. In the refiling of the lawsuit, there are new claims about Manson admitting to wanting to harm Wood.
According to SPIN: “She told the plaintiff about a time he had tied Ms. Wood to a chair and pointed a gun at her. She said he considered killing Ms. Wood but then decided to be merciful.”
In light of this revelation, Wood encouraged her social media followers to contact law enforcement. "If you are outraged by the lack of movement from law enforcement, please call the District Attorney, the Attorney General, LAPD, your local representatives and ask 'What is being done about Brian Warner?' We need to keep the pressure on. We need your help." She also provides contact numbers in the post below.
On February 1, Wood publicly named Manson as her abuser, after previously detailing being mentally and physically tortured by an older man when she was 18-years-old. You can see the details of her accusations here. She later elaborated that Manson "started grooming me when I was a teenager and horrifically abused me for years," adding "I was brainwashed and manipulated into submission." Wood released a second statement accusing Manson and his current wife of trying to blackmail her into silence. One of Manson's former personal assistants has backed her claims and alleged Manson is abusing his current wife.
Wood began signal-boosting other women who spoke of the abuse they alleged Manson caused to them. Another accuser has since come forward saying Manson pulled a gun on her and accused him of drugging his girlfriend at the time.
Limp Bizkit's Wes Borland, who played with Manson in 1998, was the first artist to speak out, and said that everything Wood was saying was true. Trent Reznor released a statement denouncing him. Another musician, Phoebe Bridgers, revealed she went over to Manson's house as a teenager and he joked of having "a rape room."
Game of Thrones actress Esmé Bianco also filed a suit against Manson his now-former manager Tony Ciulla, claiming that Manson raped and sexually battered her, and that his manager helped traffic her to the States under the pretense of being in a music video. Manson's lawyers maintain his innocence, calling Bianco's lawsuit a "untrue, meritless, and a key component of a coordinated attack." He has also denied Wood's accusations.