As Marilyn Manson's Abusive History Unravels, California Senator Urges FBI to Probe Singer
California senator, Susan Rubio, is urging a federal probe into Marilyn Manson after the singer was recently accused of abuse by multiple several partners.
Rubio requested for the investigation in a letter saying that she fears Manson may continue abusing unsuspecting victims.
Rubio said that she was horrified to hear these domestic violence accusations, adding that they need to stand with the victims as a survivor herself.
"We know they are almost always isolated from loved ones, making it that much more difficult to escape or seek justice," Rubio was quoted on a We are Mitu report.
Rubio said that these allegations of physical, emotional, and financial abuse against Manson must be taken seriously and thoroughly investigated, adding that if law enforcement does not do that, they will not only fail these victims but also possible victims of the accused.
Manson's former fiancée Evan Rachel Wood was one of the five women to claim on Monday that they had been sexually and emotionally abused by Manson, whose real name is Brian Warner.
The 33-year-old actress shared a letter by Rubio, which she had sent to Acting Attorney General of the United States and the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, according to a Bang Showbiz report.
Artists known as Gabriella, Ashley Walters, Sarah McNeilly, and Ashley Lindsay Morgan have all made claims of abuse agains the 53-year-old signer.
Meanwhile, Manson denied all the allegations, describing those as horrible distortions of reality and further accused the women of trying to distort the post.
Manson said that his life and his art have long been attracted to controversy but the recent claims made about him are horrible distortions of reality.
"My intimate relationships have always been entirely consensual with like-minded partners. Regardless of how - and why - others are now choosing to misrepresent the past, that is the truth," Manson was quoted on a report.
Joining the list of accusers was fashion stylist Love Bailey who claimed that Manson held a Glock to her during a photoshoot in his home in 2011. The stylist posted a video of allegations to Instagram on Tuesday night.
Bailey, who is trans, said that she was attempting to help an unnamed Hollywood actress who was blackout in his room, according to a Daily Mail report.
Bailey posted a picture of Manson on Instagram in which she described the singer as a vile human. She further added that she is not a fan of cancel culture but when someone like Manson pulls a gun to your head, it is time to speak up.
She also claimed that she is keeping the name of the actress involved in the incident in secrecy as they pursue legal counsel.
Bailey said that she has been silenced for years into not saying anything because of the fashion industry, citing that photographers will blacklist you for mentioning their name.
"I think it's time I come clean about my story and my experience," Bailey was quoted on a report.
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