Marilyn Manson Sued for Sexual Assault by Esmé Bianco
Marilyn Manson Sued for physical, sexual, psychological, and emotional abuse by ‘’Game of Thrones’Thrones’ Actress Esmé Bianco.
Esmé Bianco, 38, is suing Marilyn Manson and his former manager, Tony Ciulla, for alleged sexual assault and sexual battery.
The “Game of Thrones” actress filed a complaint n the United States District Court for the Central District of California.
Bianco alleges that Manson raped her in May 2011. She also alleges that Manson several times used drugs, force, and threats to coerce her into other sexual acts. She accuses him of spanking, biting, cutting, and whipping her without her consent during sex acts.
The complaint also alleges that Manson and his former manager, Tony Ciulla, violated human trafficking laws by bringing Bianco from London to the U.S. under the pretense that she would be acting in a film that was never made and a music video that never came out and a film that was never made.
Marilyn Manson Sued by ‘Game of Thrones’ Actress Esmé Bianco
Marilyn Manson was sued by ‘’Game of Thrones’Thrones’ actress Esmé Bianco for sexual abuse and rape.
The detailed complaint reads, “Mr. Warner used drugs, force, and threats of force to coerce sexual acts from Ms. Bianco on multiple occasions. Mr. Warner raped Ms. Bianco in or around May 2011.”
The lawsuit claimed that Warner “committed sexual acts” with Bianco at times when she was unconscious. She listed the ways he sexually battered her: “These acts include spanking, biting, cutting, and whipping Ms. Bianco’s buttocks, breasts, and genitals for Mr. Warner’s sexual gratification — all without the consent of Plaintiff.”
“Ms. Bianco was well aware of the violence Mr. Warner could dole out if she fought back, having been on the receiving end of his temper many times. He also supplied drugs to Ms. Bianco and deprived her of sleep and food in order to weaken her physically and mentally and decrease her ability to refuse him,” the complaint reads. “Mr. Warner committed sexual acts with Ms. Bianco when she was unconscious or otherwise unable to consent.”
In another the actress said, “As millions of survivors like myself are painfully aware, our legal system is far from perfect. This is why I co-created the Phoenix Act, a law which gives precious additional healing time to thousands of domestic violence survivors. But while I fight for a more just legal system, I am also pursuing my right to demand my abuser be held to account, using every avenue available to me.”
Bianco continued: “For far too long my abuser has been left unchecked, enabled by money, fame and an industry that turned a blind eye. Despite the numerous brave women who have spoken out against Marilyn Manson, countless survivors remain silenced, and some of their voices will never be heard. My hope is that by raising mine I will help to stop Brian Warner from shattering any more lives and empower other victims to seek their own small measure of justice.”
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