The actress of “Game of Thrones” accuses American singer Marilyn Manson of raping her


British actress named Bianco, who was known to the public in her role in the series “Game of Thrones” (Game of Thrones), filed a complaint yesterday (Friday) against American singer Marilyn Manson, accusing him of rape, sadistic sexual assault and repeated violence.

Manson was recently charged with sexual assault and rape against several women, most notably the American actress Evin Rachel Wood, but the singer, whose original name is Brian Hugh Warner, denied these accusations, stressing that his “intimate” relationships were always “consensual”.

According to the complaint filed in a California court, Manson invited his name Bianco to Los Angeles twice to investigate the possibility of her getting a role in a movie, and that she was instead subjected to sexual violence, AFP reported.

“Warner raped Bianco around May 2011,” the complaint says. She added that he “committed sexual acts against her when she was unconscious or unable to give her consent”, and “repeatedly sexually assaulted her.”

The singer’s attorney, Howard King, told the French Press Agency that the accusations he called Bianco were “probably wrong,” considering that they had made “outrageous financial claims for behavior that never happened.”

He added in a statement: “We will strongly challenge these allegations before the court.”

In February, Los Angeles Police announced that they were investigating accusations against the singer of committing acts of violence as part of a sexual relationship between 2009 and 2011, without revealing the identity of the victim (or victims). But when and where the police indicated were identical to Biancos accusations.

The 38-year-old actress, who was a fan of Marilyn Manson when she was a teenager, participated between 2011 and 2013 in 14 episodes of the series “Game of Thrones”, in which she played the role of a prostitute named Ross.

Bianco said on social media (Friday) that she is speaking out to prevent Manson “from destroying the lives” of other women and with the aim of encouraging other victims “to demand their share of justice as well.”

Bianco indicated that she visited the singer for the first time in 2009 in Los Angeles to film what she thought was a video clip, but she was forced to stay in her underwear for four days, deprived of sleep and drugged before Warner hit her, especially with a whip.

The complaint added that Marilyn Manson visited the actress later in 2009 in London and then began a consensual relationship.

And in 2011, the actress moved to Los Angeles, where she thought she would star in a feature film with Marilyn Manson. She confirmed that she had been subjected by the singer for two and a half months to “constant attacks” and extortion operations.

At least five women had published, almost simultaneously, on their Instagram accounts, accusations against the singer in February.

Actress Evin Rachel Wood, 33, confirmed that the singer had “psychologically manipulated her” when she was under the age of twenty, saying that she had subsequently been subjected to “horrible abuse for years.”

The actress, who was especially known for her role in the series “Westworld”, was officially sharing the life of Marilyn Manson for years, before their engagement in 2010, which lasted only a few months.

Four other women who say they had an affair with the singer, Marilyn Manson, have also been accused of manipulating, sexual harassment, mistreatment and threatening them.

One of these women, who started her relationship with the singer in 2015, also spoke of being raped several times.

The women who testified, many of whom were admirers of the artist, indicated Marilyn Manson’s twisted methods of seducing and entrapping them, saying he was threatening them with death or forcing them to take drugs.

However, the 52-year-old singer, who built his image on his mysterious personality and bizarre appearance with a blemish face and two eyes in two different colors, wrote on social media: “My art and my life have always been the subject of controversy … But these allegations about me are nothing but a distasteful distortion of the truth.”


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