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. California Superior Court Judge Gregory Keosian dismissed the lawsuit, saying the woman's unearthed repressed memories were not detailed enough to overcome the statute of limitations.
At the time, the anonymous woman and her legal team said they planned to amend the lawsuit and would re-file.
Now according to documents obtained by Spin, the woman has done exactly that. The amended lawsuit alleges sexual assault and abuse, claims that Manson threatened to "bash her head in" if she reported him to the police, and outlines why the woman's unearthed repressed memories should be allowable in court.
The lawsuit also mentions fellow accuser Evan Rachel Wood, saying Manson talked about his relationship with her and "that he had wanted to kill her. He told Plaintiff about a time he had tied Ms. Wood to a chair and pointed a gun at her. He said he considered killing Ms. Wood, but then decided to be merciful."
Manson is currently facing a slew of accusations from women like Game of Thrones actress Esmé Bianco and Wood over a variety of sexual and mental abuse claims. Manson's lawyers maintain his innocence, calling Bianco's lawsuit a "untrue, meritless, and a key component of a coordinated attack."