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Marilyn Manson denies latest claims from Evan Rachel Wood claiming he is an anti-Semite and racist amid abuse allegations

Feb 7, 2021

Evan Rachel Wood has much more to say about ex-lover Marilyn Manson, who she has accused of brainwashing and torturing her. Now the Westworld Emmy nominee claims the rocker is an anti-Semite and a racist.
Wood, 33, shared the details Friday on her Instagram story, alleging the 52-year-old Manson spit out that she was “a Jew” and told her that she was lucky she wasn’t “blood Jewish” since her mum had converted to Judaism, the Daily Mail reported.
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The actor posted three photos of Manson’s tattoos — two on his arms, one on his chest — that she described as Nazi symbols. Another woman, Ashley Lindsay Morgan, alleges the musician once asked her to buy Nazi memorabilia for him in Asia.
Wood shared a screenshot of a skull-and-crossbones, comparing the symbol to the tattoos on Manson’s arms.
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“Totenkopf is German for ‘death’s head’ and typically refers to a skull-and-crossbones image,” she wrote on the now-deleted story. “During the Nazi era, Hitler’s Schutzstaffel (SS) adopted one particular Totenkopf image as a symbol.”
And she posted a screenshot from Manson Wiki, a fan website, that claims the chest tattoo is an M-swastika.
Manson even drew “swastikas over my bedside table when he was mad at me,” wrote Wood, who dated Manson from 2007 to 2010.
Wood also claimed Manson, whose real name is Brian Warner, was fond of the N-word.
“I heard the ‘n’ word over and over,” she wrote.
“Everyone around him was expected to laugh and join in. If you did not or (god forbid) called him out, you were singled out and abused more.”
Wood wrote that she had “never been so scared in my life.”
Since Wood publicly accused Manson a week ago, nearly a dozen woman have echoed her allegations of physical and sexual abuse.
Despite Manson’s vehement denial of the accusations, he has been dropped by his manager, record label and talent agency.
This article originally appeared on the New York Post and is reproduced here with permission