According to a recent shocking lawsuit, Marilyn Manson reportedly groomed and frequently sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl in the 1990s.
After inviting her onto his tour bus during a Dallas performance in September 1995, the shock rocker allegedly assaulted the girl, identified as Jane Doe in the lawsuit, which was filed Monday in Nassau County Supreme Court, and then threatened that, “if she told anyone, he would kill her and her family.”
The filing alleges that Manson, whose real name is Brian Warner, “within weeks” began calling the girl and asking her “to send explicit sexual photos of her and her friends to his fan club, Satan’s Bakesale.”
The lawsuit says that after Manson, now 54, invited her to a gig in New Orleans in December 1995, he returned to the vehicle and “became more aggressive and again sexually assaulted [her], including kissing, biting her breast, oral copulation and penetration.”
There were supposedly other members of Manson’s group on the bus on both occasions.
The victim claims that after that she developed a drug and alcohol addiction and was “lured into [Manson’s] dark world of drugs, alcohol, sexual deviance, harassment, abuse and assault.”
Then in 1999, when she was 19, she was invited on tour with Manson, where he “continued to groom and sexually assault [her] for the next 4 weeks,” the suit claims, adding, “[Manson] often coerced Plaintiff to have sex with him and other band members or his assistant at the same time. [Manson] controlled what Plaintiff could do, who could touch Plaintiff, and who he wanted Plaintiff to be with sexually, all while providing Plaintiff with drugs.”