CONTENT WARNING: This article discusses sexual abuse.
Westworld actor Evan Rachel Wood has added even more details to her allegations of abuse at the hands of Marilyn Manson.
Almost a week after Wood first made massive allegations that Manson had “horrifically abused” her and at least four other women, she has now shared a police report from late last year.
She claims two people, including Manson’s current wife Lindsay Elizabeth Warner, were “conspiring to release photos of me when I was UNDERAGE, after being given large amounts of drugs and alcohol, after Brian [Marilyn Manson’s real name] performed on Halloween in Las Vegas to ‘ruin my career’ and ‘shut me up’.”
Wood then shared screenshots from a Discord channel where two people are discussing leaking “pictures of Evan doing things that would ruin her career.”
Keep in mind, these messages were sent last year, before the current wave of allegations against Manson.
The screenshots also contain pseudonymous usernames, however Wood claims that she knows exactly who’s behind the accounts.
The photos themselves, meanwhile, allegedly show Wood after being intoxicated and humiliated. She posted a few of them herself.
“Here is one of the photos. I am wearing Brian’s hat which has long been a part of his stage show and photographed on many people in his camp. This is a part of the humiliation and blackmail,” Wood alleged in her Insta story.
“I stayed in Brian’s hotel room most of the night, as I was not old enough to enter the casino after the concert. Multiple people were drawing on my face and the faces of others.”
Afterwards, wood shared a photo to her Instagram story of what she said was a police report about these exact threats, dated December 19, 2020.
Manson has denied all of the allegations leveled against him in the past week or so, calling them “horrible distortions of reality”.
Regardless, it seems that the stream of allegations isn’t slowing down anytime soon.
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