Game Of Thrones
Esmé Bianco Sues Marilyn Manson For Sexual, Physical And Emotional Abuse
LOS ANGELES (AP) — "Round of Thrones" entertainer Esmé Bianco sued Marilyn Manson on Friday, asserting sexual, physical and psychological mistreatment.
Manson's lawyer called the charges "provably bogus."
In the claim recorded in government court in Los Angeles, Bianco says that Manson disregarded illegal exploitation law by carrying her to California from England under affectations misrepresentations of jobs in music recordings and films that won't ever appear.
The claim charges that in 2009, Manson, whose legitimate name is Brian Warner, flew Bianco to Los Angeles to shoot a video for the tune, "I need to execute you as they do in the motion pictures."
The claim says that Bianco was required to remain at Manson's home rather than the inn where she had been reserved, and there was no team, just Manson himself shooting with a telephone.
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English entertainer Esme Bianco shows up for the "Round of Thrones" eighth and last season debut at Radio City Music Hall on April 3, 2019 in New York city. (Photograph by Angela Weiss/AFP through Getty Images)
Manson denied Bianco of food and rest, however gave her liquor and medications, secured her a room, whipped her, gave her electric stuns, attempted to drive her to have intercourse with another lady and took steps to go into her room and assault her during the evening, the claim charges. No video was at any point delivered.
Manson's lawyer Howard E. Ruler reacted: "These cases are provably bogus. Honestly, this suit was just documented after my customer would not be checked out by Ms. Bianco and her legal counselor and yield to their ludicrous monetary requests dependent on lead that basically never happened. We will enthusiastically challenge these charges in court and are certain that we will win."
Manson and Bianco started a significant distance relationship later in 2009, the claim says.
Manson again got Bianco to Los Angeles 2011, apparently to show up in his component film "Phantasmagoria," however that project likewise never appeared.
During that visit, Manson would not permit Bianco to venture out from home without his authorization, pursued her around their loft with a hatchet, cut her with a "Nazi blade" without her assent and captured the cuts and posted the photos on the web, additionally without her assent, the claim asserts.
"It took Ms. Bianco years to comprehend the degree of Mr. Warner's physical, sexual, mental, and psychological mistreatment. Her profession endured because of the decay of her emotional well-being," the claim says. "She manages complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, tension, misery, and fits of anxiety right up 'til the present time accordingly."
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BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 09: Marilyn Manson goes to the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party facilitated by Radhika Jones at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 09, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photograph by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)
The Associated Press for the most part doesn't distinguish individuals who say they have been explicitly attacked. Yet, Bianco said in an explanation that she is approaching openly to air her claims with trusts that others will do likewise.
The claim said that at that point, Bianco dreaded for her security in the event that she didn't consent to Manson's requests and didn't go to specialists. Yet, her lawyer Jay D. Ellwanger said she has now approached and addressed the FBI and neighborhood law implementation.
Bianco previously broadcasted a significant number of the charges in February. She was one of a few ladies who stood up after actor Evan Rachel Wood said via online media that Manson explicitly, genuinely and sincerely manhandled her during their relationship. Manson's record name and specialists dropped him at that point.
In light of the claims in February, Manson composed on Instagram that they were "awful contortions of the real world. My close connections have consistently been altogether consensual with similar accomplices. Despite how — and why — others are presently deciding to distort the past, that is reality."
Los Angeles County sheriff's criminal investigators likewise said in February that they were investigating homegrown violence allegations against Manson dating from 2009 to 2011 in West Hollywood. They didn't distinguish the one who made the report.
Bianco played Ros in the initial three periods of HBO's "Round of Thrones."