“Sorry to take it to a dark place, but that man has been canceled”
Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland has attacked Marilyn Manson, describing him as a “bad guy” in the wake of new misconduct allegations.
Borland was a member of Manson’s live band for less than a year in 2008, and he says he faces charges that were leveled earlier this week by actor Evan Rachel Wood and four other women.
Speaking on the Twitch channel Space zebra, Borland said: “He is not a great guy and everything that people have said about him is true … they are speaking the truth.”
He Said Manson is “amazingly talented”, but insisted that he “messed up and needs to be kept in check and needs to stay calm and get on with his demons.” “
“He Is a bad fucking boy. “
She did not name her alleged addict, during which she testified about an abusive relationship during her late teenage years after Wood was accused of abusing her.
Charging with Manson’s name in an Instagram post, Wood said she “wants to expose this dangerous man and exclude the many industries that have enabled him, before he ruins another life.” Do it ”.
Borland also stated that he knew Manson while he was in a relationship with Wood.
“I was at his house. This is not fucking good. And that’s all I’m going to say about it. So if anyone is coming after these girls and going, like, ‘You blah blah blah, this and that’, fuck you, “he said.
“That’s all I would like to say. Sorry to take it to a dark place, but that man is canceled. Bye. Do not hit the door when you go out.
Manson has denied the claims in his own Instagram post, saying that their relationship has “always been completely consensual”.
“Regardless of how – and why – others now have to misrepresent the past, the same is true,” he wrote.
Following the accusation, the musician was removed from his record label Loma Vista and removed from the TV projects he was working on, American god And this creep Show Anthology.
He Manson has also been condemned by Trent Rezner of Nine Inch Nails after the controversial excerpt from his 1998 autobiography The long hard road out of hell started Roam online.
In the book, Manson, co-authored by Neil Strauss, describes how he and Reznor allegedly sexually assaulted a physically disabled woman in the 90s. The passage was reportedly originally from an unpublished interview in 1995. Empire magazine.
“I have been vocal for years about my dislike for Manson as a person and cut off a relationship with him about 25 years ago,” Rezner said.
“As I said at the time, there is a complete fabrication passed from Manson’s memoir. When I came out and was still living today, I felt very bad and I got angry.