He Was A Huge Rockstar 20 Years Ago, But Today I Can’t Recognize Him

Marilyn Manson’s Controversial Outing with His Wife Amid Sexual Abuse Lawsuits

Rockstar Marilyn Manson, once a prominent figure in the music industry, has found himself in the midst of three separate sexual abuse lawsuits. Despite these serious allegations, Manson, whose real name is Brian Hugh Warner and is now 53 years old, was recently seen stepping out in public with his 37-year-old wife, Lindsay Urich.

During the outing, Manson donned a black ensemble and leather boots, while his wife sported a lovely green maxi dress and vibrant red lipstick. This rare appearance comes as Game of Thrones actress Esmé Bianco, model Ashley Morgan Smithine, and an anonymous individual, referred to as “Jane Doe,” seek justice for the alleged horrific crimes committed against them.

Although a fourth lawsuit against Manson was previously dismissed due to the expiration of the statute of limitations, he is currently engaged in a defamation lawsuit against his ex-partner, Evan Rachel Wood. It is worth noting that the incidents mentioned in the dismissed lawsuit took place in 2010 and 2011.

One of the plaintiffs, 37-year-old Ashley Walters, sought legal support too late due to the restricted timeframe for victims to come forward. Despite this setback, Walters firmly believes that her storytelling abilities and the truth will prevail. She claims that Manson subjected her to both sexual and psychological abuse while they worked together. She alleges that he forced her to stand for long hours, use cocaine to stay awake during a photoshoot, and even physically assaulted her by throwing a prop skull at her, leaving a visible mark on her body.

Walters’ lawyer, James Vagnini, asserts that the severe harm his client suffered caused her to repress most of the abuse she endured. He further emphasizes that the nature of the abuse should exempt Manson from using the statute of limitations as a defense. Vagnini adds, “Regardless of the outcome, we will continue to work to expose Mr. Warner for exactly who he is: a narcissistic predator and pathological violator.”

Manson, on the other hand, argues that Walters cannot invoke the statute of limitations because she was “aware” of what was happening to her during her employment. It is alleged that she hid from Manson to avoid his brutal attacks. Manson’s legal team claims that Walters’ claims are inconsistent. According to Rolling Stone, Manson asserts, “Plaintiff contradictorily claims that throughout her employment she was cognizant of a need to hide from her employer, while simultaneously arguing that she did not know that her employer was committing arguably actionable acts towards her.”

The ongoing legal battles surrounding Manson continue to captivate the public’s attention. As the truth unravels and justice is sought, one thing is certain: the image of the rockstar we once knew has become almost unrecognizable.