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Marilyn Manson allegedly “forced female fans to undress” after inviting them on her tour bus

fr24news– A photographer alleged that Marilyn Manson “forced female fans to undress” as part of distorted sex play.
Erica Von Stein alleges that Manson – real name Brian Hugh Warner – also tricked fans into drinking alcohol before ordering them to remove their tops.

Speaking to The Mirror, Von Stein said she was chosen from a crowd of fans by Manson’s guardians and escorted to her tour bus.

She then allegedly hid behind the group as the musician pointed to the group of women and asked them to undress.

She says, “He said he wanted to see who had the best tits and ass. Everyone was a little surprised. He made it feel normalized, like it was fun.

“He was surrounded by old people and he was bossy. I don’t think anyone thinks they can say no.

The incident is said to have occurred after a performance by the shock rocker at the SECC in Glasgow

The newspaper also spoke to two other women who were on the bus, one of whom said: “The girls were forced into it while they were drunk. It was an abuse of power.

Manson has yet to comment on the latest allegations, but it comes a week after actor Evan Rachel Wood and four other women made allegations of abuse, grooming and manipulation against the musician.

Manson denied the initial claims, writing in an Instagram post: “My intimate relationships have always been entirely consensual with like-minded partners. No matter how – and why – others now choose to distort the past, it’s the truth. ”

The musician has been ditched by his label, Loma Vista, and long-term manager Tony Ciulla since Wood and the other women’s first allegations were made public. He has also been banned from his TV projects, with his appearances removed from American gods and the Horror show anthology.

Former collaborators have also denounced Manson, including Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails and Wes Borland of Limp Bizkit. The latter also played guitar in Manson’s band for a year.

For help, advice or more information regarding sexual harassment, assault and rape in the UK, visit the Rape Crisis charity website. In the United States, visit RAINN.


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