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Esmé Bianco Files Lawsuit Against Marilyn Manson For Sexual Assault And Battery

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Actor Esmé Bianco sues Marilyn Manson for rape and sexual violence. Bianco had first accused Manson of sexual abuse on February 10, along with more than a dozen other women.

In an interview with The Cut, Esmé Bianco said that Manson psychologically abused her, whipped her, and chased her with an axe. Bianco filed a federal lawsuit against him, in which she alleged that Manson raped her in May 2011 and repeatedly used drugs and force to coerce her into sexual acts.

Bianco had described Manson as a “monster who almost destroyed me and almost destroyed so many women.”

According to the complaint, in 2009 Manson flew Bianco to Los Angeles for what was supposed to be a music video shoot. The lawsuit states that the four-day shoot was a harrowing experience where she was kept in his home and made to wear lingerie the whole time. Bianco alleged that Manson would destroy camera equipment in fits of rage. She also claimed that he locked her in a bedroom, tied her up, whipped her and electrocuted her.

Bianco said that later that year, they began a consensual sexual relationship. But she also alleged that he enforced a dress code on her, groped her in public, bit with without consent, and tried to bring a minor come to their hotel.

Bianco alleged that in 2011, she spent two and a half months with him “enduring constant abuse”. She said that once when she escaped the apartment while Manson was asleep, he became angry and threatened to have her visa revoked.

The lawsuit Bianco filed alleged that it took her “years to understand” the extent of the abuse. “She deals with complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, anxiety, depression, and panic attacks to this day as a result.”

Esmé Bianco’s lawsuit accused Marilyn Manson of sexual assault and battery, and of violating the federal anti-trafficking law.

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Esmé Bianco Files Lawsuit Against Marilyn Manson For Sexual Assault And Battery
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