Petition asks YouTube to remove Marilyn Manson ‘rape’ clip


The actress featured in a 2007 Marilyn Manson music video now says the clip features scenes of the star raping her on camera.

Thousands are calling for a clip of Marilyn Manson to be removed from YouTube after actress Evan Rachel Wood claimed he raped her during filming.

the Westworld actress, now 34, starred in the 2007 music video for heart shaped glasses alongside Manson in which the couple are seen faking sex.

But in his shocking new reveal documentary Phoenix risingwhich broadcasts on frenzyWood claims the heavy metal singer “penetrated” her against her will.

“We had been discussing a fake sex scene, but once the cameras rolled he started penetrating me for real. I had never agreed to that,” Wood said.

“I’m a professional actress, I’ve done this all my life, I’ve never been on such an unprofessional set in my life until this day. It was total chaos and I didn’t feel comfortable. security, no one cared about me.

“I felt disgusting and like I had done something disgraceful, and I could tell the crew was very uncomfortable and no one knew what to do. I was coerced into a commercial sex act under false pretenses.

“That’s when the first crime was committed against me and I was basically raped on camera.”

Just two days after the fall of the doco, a petition has been signed by thousands of people asking that the confrontation video be taken down.

heart shaped glasses is a video that is still on YouTube, has over 32 million views, and shows Marilyn Manson raping Evan Rachel Wood by penetration,” the petition reads.

“Although she (Wood) may not be able to charge him because the statute of limitations has passed, this video should not be on the internet.”

Wood began her relationship with Manson in 2006, when she was 18 and he was 37. The couple dated for four years, with Wood coming to light with allegations of sexual and emotional abuse years later , though it wasn’t until last year that she named Manson (real name Brian Warner) as her alleged abuser.

Manson has denied all allegations against him.

“He started treating me when I was a teenager and abused me horribly for years,” Wood wrote on Instagram in February last year.

“I was brainwashed and manipulated into submission. I ended up living in fear of retaliation, slander or blackmail. I am here to expose this dangerous man and call on the many industries that enabled it, before it ruined other lives.I stand with the many victims who will no longer be silent.

After discovering that the statute of limitations for her case had expired, Wood and artist Illma Gore lobbied for those time limits to be increased via a new bill called The Phoenix Act in 2019.

The law was passed in January 2020, with an extended statute of limitations from three to five years. Wood had been growing for 10 years.


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