van Rachel Wood has posted more allegations about former partner Marilyn Manson, stating on Instagram that he drew “swastikas over my bedside table when he was mad at me.”
Wood, whose mother converted to Judaism and raised her in the faith, alleged that Manson liked that she wasn’t “blood Jewish” and that he used the N-word “over and over.” She documented several of Manson’s tattoos on her Instagram stories, which she says he did not have when they started dating. One appears to show a swastika inside a cross.
On Monday, Wood, along with four other women, accused Manson of physical, emotional, and sexual abuse. Manson denied the allegations, but he was subsequently dropped from his label and his roles on American Gods and Shudder’s Creepshow.
In the week since, more women have detailed similar abuse and grooming by Manson. Trent Reznor attempted to distance himself from the singer, after a graphic account of sexual assault from Manson’s 1998 memoir was recirculated; ex-wife Dita Von Teese also posted a statement, claiming her experience with Manson didn’t “match” other accounts, but she added that “Abuse of any kind has no place in any relationship.”
On Thursday, musician Phoebe Bridgers related a story about going to Manson’s house when she was a teenager and him referring to his “rape room.”