Evan Rachel Wooden spoke publicly about Marilyn Manson’s lawsuit in opposition to her for the primary time in the present day on The View. “I can’t clearly discuss any of the particular allegations of the lawsuit, however I’m not scared,” she stated. “I’m unhappy, as a result of that is the way it works. That is what just about each survivor that tries to show somebody able of energy goes although, and that is a part of the retaliation that retains survivors quiet. For this reason folks don’t need to come ahead. This was anticipated.”
Manson (whose authorized identify is Brian Warner) sued Wooden for defamation, emotional misery, and “impersonation over the web” earlier this month. Wooden first alleged Manson abused her in February 2021; HBO’s forthcoming documentary sequence Phoenix Rising follows Wooden as she seeks justice for Manson’s alleged abuse.
“I’m very assured that I’ve the reality on my facet and that the reality will come out,” Wooden stated. “That is clearly timed earlier than the documentary … I’m not doing this to clear my identify. I’m doing this to guard folks. I’m doing this to sound the alarm that there’s a harmful particular person on the market and I don’t need anyone getting close to him. So folks can assume no matter they need about me. I’ve to let the authorized course of run its course, and I’m regular as a rock.”
Phoenix Rising debuted at Sundance Movie Competition in January; within the movie, Wooden claimed that she didn’t consent to intercourse on the set of Manson’s video for his music “Coronary heart-Formed Glasses.” The movie makes its premiere on HBO Max tomorrow (March 15).