LA-based singer Phoebe Bridgers says she as soon as visited Marilyn Manson’s house with buddies when she was a youngster – and the goth rock singer confirmed them his “rape room.”
Bridgers is the newest girl to make allegations in opposition to the controversial singer after Westworld actress Evan Rachel Wooden stated Manson had subjected her to years of “horrific abuse.”
In a tweet, Bridgers stated Manson made a degree of “bragging” about the room.
“I went to Marilyn Manson’s house once I was a youngster with some buddies,” she wrote.
“I used to be an enormous fan.
“He referred to a room in his house as ‘the rape room’.
“I believed it was simply his horrible frat boy humorousness.
“I ended being a fan.”
In a collection of follow-up tweets, Bridgers stated: “The label knew, administration knew, the band knew.
“Distancing themselves now, pretending to be shocked and horrified is f***ing pathetic.
“I stand with everybody who got here ahead.”
After Wooden’s claims grew to become public, Manson was instantly dropped by his document label, Loma Vista.
Different girls have come ahead with allegations in opposition to Manson, however two former companions – actress Rose McGowan and burlesque star Dita Von Teese – stated their relationships with the rocker had not been abusive.
Nevertheless, McGowan posted a video to Instagram saying “the cult of Hollywood, fame and the music trade have to be stopped from defending predators and promoting their illness to the world.”
It’s not solely girls which have painted a distasteful portrait of the singer.
9 Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor launched a press release on Thursday saying he had been “vocal over the years about my dislike of Manson as an individual and reduce ties with him almost 25 years in the past.”
Manson has denied Wooden’s allegations.