A week after Jane Doe’s lawsuit against Marilyn Manson was dismissed by a judge, who said the initial allegations were “not enough to enforce the rules of delayed discovery,” she dismissed the lawsuit in Los Angeles on Thursday.
Seen in the amended complaint Spin, Giving details of Dr. Manson’s alleged sexual harassment and abuse, claiming that Manson told him that he would “hit him in the head” if he reported him to the police. Doe also mentions how Mason raped and abused her, and why her allegations would qualify for a delayed discovery within the law of her limitations. He claims that Manson will “force him to have sex with her and stay on top of her during sex.” He prayed for Warner to come out during intercourse. When this happened, the plaintiff tried to slip and fall asleep, but the moment he left, Warner would wake up and demand a resumption of sexual activity.
Doe said Manson told him “about his relationship with Evan Rachel Wood and that he wanted to kill her. He told the plaintiff that he tied Mrs. Wood to a chair and pointed a gun at her. He said he intended to kill Mrs. Wood, but then kindly.” He further complained that in 2011, he “could not be sure of the exact moment of forcible suppression of memories of oral and vaginal rape, but knew that it was within a few hours or very few days after vaginal rape.”
The lawsuit further claims that Manson “put a condom on the penis of bandmate Twiggy Ramirez (Jordi White) and had oral sex on him.”
At a hearing Tuesday, Sept. 14, Judge Gregory Keosian upheld Manson’s (born Brian Warner) contempt and dismissed the lawsuit because the restraining order expired.
The initial lawsuit was filed in May when the defendant alleged that Manson raped her after she began dating in 2011. Case (which, in legal filing, is called “delayed discovery”).
Shock Rocker still faces three additional lawsuits, including Game of Thrones Star Esme Blanco and Ashley Morgan Smithline. Earlier this year, Evan Rachel Wood filed a misdemeanor charge against Manson for several years but maintained his innocence.