Wolf Alice's Ellie Rowsell claims Marilyn Manson was responsible of misconduct on the music pageant

Wolf Alice singer Ellie Rowsell shared a story about her own experience with Marilyn Manson while tweeted her solidarity with shock rocker Evan Rachel Wood's ex-girlfriend. “I met Marilyn backstage at a festival a few years ago. After his compliments to my band became more and more hyperbolic, I became suspicious of his behavior, ”says her post. "I was shocked when I looked down and saw that he was filming my skirt on a GoPro."

Rowsell continues, “There was no effect on his behavior. His tour manager simply said, 'He does this all the time. & # 39; If he does that all the time, why on earth has he had so many headlining festivals years? When will we stop empowering misogynists for their success? Women need to feel safe in the male-dominated world of the music industry. "

Evan Rachel Wood's allegations that Manson groomed and abused himself earlier this month were followed by other allegations of various misconduct by several women. Manson was subsequently deposed from his record label, tour agency and longtime manager.

On February 1, Jenna Jameson told the Daily Mail that the singer "dreamed of burning her alive" when they dated in 1997. Ex-wife Dita Von Teese, who divorced Manson in 2006 after a year-long marriage for "infidelity and substance abuse," said Feb. 4th, "the details published do not match my personal experience during our seven years as a couple On the same day, Phoebe Bridgers also said the singer once referred to a room in his house as the "R * Pe room" before writing, "The label knew, the management knew, the band knew." distancing and pretending to be shocked and appalled is damn pathetic. "

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