Jane Doe Files Amended Rape & Death Threat Lawsuit Against Marilyn Manson
Manson’s accuser, identified in court documents only as “Jane Doe,” claims that she had previously repressed memories of the singer raping her. She could not, however, “specify how her memory was repressed, or why she didn’t learn of it earlier.”
California Superior Court Judge Gregory Keosian cited the statute of limitations and concerns regarding her allegedly repressed memories as the reason for the dismissal. He gave her twenty days to address his concerns and refile her complaint.
According to the amended complaint, Manson:
- Told Doe that he would “bash her head in” if she reported him to the police.
- Would force Doe “to have sex with him, and to be on top of him during sex. She would pray for Warner to pass out during intercourse. When this happened, Plaintiff would try to slip away and get some sleep, but the moment she moved, Warner would wake up and demand to resume the sexual activity.”
- Told Doe “about his relationship with Evan Rachel Wood” — Manson’s fiancée, whose initial allegations began the deluge of current accusations against the singer — “and that he had wanted to kill her. He told Plaintiff about a time he had tied Ms. Wood to a chair and pointed a gun at her. He said he considered killing Ms. Wood, but then decided to be merciful.”
- Once “put a condom on the penis of bandmate Twiggy Ramirez (Jeordie White) and performed oral sex on him.” White split with the band in 2017 after one of his former partners, Jack Off Jill vocalist Jessicka Adams, alleged that he raped her in the ’90s.
Additionally, the amended suit aims to expound upon the issue of Doe’s repressed memories. According to the new version of the suit, in 2011, Manson raped Doe both orally and vaginally, and that Doe “knows that it was sometime in the hours or at most very few days after the vaginal rape” that she repressed the memories.
Meanwhile, the shock rocker is currently facing two misdemeanor counts of simple assault in New Hampshire. Those charges stem from an incident in which he spit on a videographer during a 2019 performance. He has plead “not guilty” to those charges. Earlier this week, Manson’s attorney, Kent Baker, argued that concert videographers such as Fountain are often subject to “incidental contact,” that Fountain “consented to exposing herself to potential contact with sweat, saliva and phlegm in close quarters,” and that “any contact related to spitting or sneezing was unintentional.”
This despite the fact that video of the incident shows Manson looking at, and the spitting directly onto, Fountain’s lens. If convicted, Manson faces up to a year in prison and a fine of $2,000 for each charge.
In August, Manson made his first public appearance since his the deluge of allegations against him began, joining Kanye West on stage at an event promoting the rapper’s new album, Donda. Manson reportedly also lent his voice to that record.
Wood responded to the Manson/Kanye news by performing a cover of the New Radicals’ “Get What You Give” at a Hollywood nightclub, flipping the bird when the lyrics referenced the singer. She later dedicated to the performance to “my fellow survivors who got slapped in the face this week.”