The Rock has denied claims of sexual and physical abuse made by many women, including actress Evan Rachel Wood
A stylist has come forward with the claim that Merlin Manson once pulled a gun to his head while working at his home in 2011.
Love Bailey, a creative artist and filmmaker, told Granthshala News recounting the alleged incident, which she says while she did a flashy photoshoot at Manson’s house, which also featured an unknown actress. She First came forward with his story In an instagram This week, the shock rocker denied several allegations of physical and sexual abuse by women, including actress Evan Rachel Wood.
As Manson allegedly “placed a brow over my forehead”, Bailey claims Rocker said, “‘I don’t like f —— s’ because he really is in a dark, aggressive tone.” Laughs. It wasn’t. A joke. “
A lawyer for Manson did not return multiple requests from Granthshala News for comment.
Speaking to Granthshala News in more detail about the alleged incident, Bailey described it as an “out-of-body experience”.
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Bailey claimed, “After they pulled the gun to my head, I grabbed my robe and my assistant and got out of there.”
Bailey alleged that Manson attempted to assist the actress after doing so, which was “not consistent”.
“She Was staggering. She Bailey claimed that his knee was hurt on the bedside table and Merlin was laughing at him and just letting him crawl on the floor so I ran for help, ”Bailey claimed.
There are two recordings of testimony in Bailey’s Instagram. One comes from an unknown assistant to Bailey who claims Manson’s hostile behavior. Bailey’s then girlfriend also claimed that the stylist looked “painfully” painfully soon after the incident.
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Bailey further accused Granthshala News that she believed Manson “lifted the gun from his bed.”
“It came out of nowhere. God knows what he did to the actress with that gun,” she said.
Moments before that, Bailey claims she became concerned over alleged “dark” objects at Manson’s house.
He continued, “When I saw the demonic images scattered all over the floor, I thought it was dark.” “All these paintings were spread in the corner of a room. They were all black with charcoal and strange circles like a child that tried to channel dark spirits.”
“As I was walking into her friend, there was a glass cage on the left side where it seemed that she had held her victims against her will,” she said. “It was locked.”
She She said she also saw a “hairy cat” and a “cocaine tray”. She Rocker’s bedroom allegedly “smelled like drugs and sex”.
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“It was a dark place,” he alleged. “His recording studio has eagle-spanning women, all of whose body are wall-mounted.”
Bailey said she was inspired to come forward about the alleged violent encounter with Manson after reading Wood’s allegations. Wood, associated with Manson in 2010, published his allegations on Instagram on Monday morning, accusing Rocker of “brainwashing and manipulating” them during their relationship. Wood reportedly met Manson when he was 18 and he was 36.
“It is truly brave of Evan to come forward in this industry and in today’s culture. Seeing his bravery finally helped me to work now. It was a call to action. I needed to stand up with these women Is needed. I need to be there for my partner. He said that the victim of this drug addict and I am also suffering, he claimed.
Wood’s claims on Monday included an additional four women with accusations that they tolerated “sexual harassment, psychological abuse, and / or various forms of coercion, violence, and intimidation” from Manson. Vanity Fair informed of.
Manson has since been removed from his record label. He has also been removed from his two television roles in Starz’s “American Gods” and AMC’s “Creepshow”.
Bailey told Granthshala News that she believed this day would come.
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“I knew my story was powerful. I knew that one day the truth would set us free and karma would be found.” “Karma A B — H.”
Bailey claims that Manson’s “Ebblers” in the music and fashion industries, along with the photographers who work with him, are also accused of “glorifying” them and turning a blind eye to their perceived deviant behavior.
“He There is a man who abuses power. He Feeds an insatiable hunger to hurt others and fears who he is feasting on. He Knows that he is guilty, but still continues to do so because he has people around him in the music, fashion industries who are ‘yes’ people. Whether or not he saw it first hand, he knew what a black person he was. He claimed that it was some kind of joke.
Bailey shared with Granthshala News how the alleged encounter has affected his career.
“It took a bit of my innocence. A lot of us artists work hard to put food on the table. I never particularly got this shoot,” she said. “While this left a big stain on my mind, I think it gave me the courage to say ‘no’ to the exposure. Very often these photographers would manipulate artists to say, ‘This is a big exposure! It’s A great figure, this will be great for your career! ‘And that I have no power now. That manipulation strategy is no longer useful in my world. “
Manson, whose real name is Brian Warner, has denied Wood’s allegations.
“Clearly, my art and my life have long been the cause of controversy, but these recent claims about me are terrible distortions of reality,” the “The Beautiful People” musician said in a statement on Instagram. “My intimate relationships have always been completely consensual with like-minded partners.”
“Obviously, my art and my life have been in controversy for a long time, but these recent claims about me are terrible distortions of reality,” They said. “My intimate relationships have always been completely consensual with like-minded partners.”
“Regardless of how and why – others are now choosing to misrepresent the past, the same is true,” Manson concludes.
Bailey, who runs Savage Ranch, an artist south of Los Angeles free of gender and sexual discrimination, said she hopes her story will “offer some solace to those who need it.”
“I’m here for the victims. I’m here for the other women who have come forward. I’m here to empower other voices and that’s why I felt the need to go public,” she concluded.