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Marilyn Manson in the News (May 4 - May 28, 2023)

May 9 - Anti-SLAPP Rulings Revealed and Why Marilyn Manson Has a Strong Case for an Appeal Anti-SLAPP laws work by putting more burden than usual on defamed plaintiffs like Manson, forcing them to clearly show at the outset that their case is legitimate. In California, the reason strict anti-SLAPP laws exist is because they have so many cases to go through, and it helps to alleviate the pressure of the courts by making cases less time consuming by eliminating certain aspects of a claim before they go to discovery. The major drawback of this is that a plaintiff must enter the case with all their evidence in hand when it comes to defamation claims even before discovery can be conducted. Thus, it makes it almost impossible for a defamation claim to pass into the discovery portion of the case unless the unquestionable evidence already clearly exists. In some cases, like Manson's, the intentional infliction of emotional distress claim can also be part of the anti-SLAPP.   Summary of the
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Marilyn Manson in the News (April 7 - May 3, 2023)

April 8 and 9 - Two Unreleased Tracks From Donda 2 Featuring Marilyn Manson Are Leaked On April 8th an unreleased version of the track "Pablo" from Donda 2 was released with the complete original lyrics that featured Marilyn Manson. Those who can be heard in this version are Kanye West, Travis Scott, Marilyn Manson and Future. Then on April 9th an unreleased version of the track "530" was released with the complete original lyrics, which was produced by Marilyn Manson and replaces the beat-switch with a guitar riff presumably by Tim Skold, though he is not credited. April 13 - Violet Orlandi Changes Her Mind About Marilyn Manson Violet Orlandi is a singer and songwriter from Brazil, who covers some of her favorite songs (mainly rock songs) on social media on a weekly basis. Violet is best known for her cover videos, many of which have gone viral on social media platforms. Due to her online success, she has been able to make a full time living making music. She has

Manipulation At Its Finest: An Analysis of the Trailer to Evan Rachel Wood's 'Phoenix Rising"

In this video, Martin DeCoder examines The Extreme Manipulation in ‘Phoenix Rising’ | Evan Rachel Wood vs. Marilyn Manson. How does the docuseries ‘Phoenix Rising’ create sympathy for Evan Rachel Wood, and what does this tell us about the reliability of Wood’s allegations against Marilyn Manson? These are the questions that this in-depth film and language analysis will answer by looking at the trailer to the docuseries.   Link to his previous analyses of this case are linked below: Are Evan Rachel Wood’s Allegations Against Marilyn Manson Reliable? | The View Interview Analysis What Evan Rachel Wood Didn’t Want You to Notice | The Daily Show Interview Analysis    

Marilyn Manson in the News (March 15 - April 6, 2023)

  March 15 - Professional Wrestler Rob Ryzin Talks About the Marilyn Manson Cases on Social Media View this post on Instagram A post shared by 𖤐 RYZIN 𖤐 (@hailryzin) March 20 - Rolling Stone Labels Evan Rachel Wood Critics as Misogynists On March 20th,  CT Jones, an Internet Culture Reporter at Rolling Stone , accused anyone online criticizing Evan Rachel Wood of being a misogynist, in her piece titled " Evan Rachel Wood Is the Latest Celebrity Victim of an Online Misogyny Playbook ". She says that since March 2nd 2022, when Manson brought a lawsuit against Evan Rachel Wood, "Warner’s fans have used their platforms to attack and harass Wood and his other accusers." Further on she says that celebrity women who accuse past partners, like Evan did, have "armies of fans accuse them of lying, misrepresent their legal proceedings, and encourage misogynistic rhetoric against them." And when Amber lost her case against Johnny Depp, those wh

How the 1944 Movie "Gaslight" Became the Playbook of Marilyn Manson's Accusers

When on February 1st 2021 Marilyn Manson was called out by name on social media by Evan Rachel Wood and a number of other women for alleged abusive behavior, and in the lawsuits that followed months later, one of the most common terms used to describe this abusive behavior was "gaslighting", which is an umbrella term that includes grooming, controlling, brainwashing, love bombing and manipulating with a goal to get someone to question their own reality, memory or perceptions. The association of Marilyn Manson with gaslighting began with Evan Rachel Wood's 2018 congressional testimony , in which she described that the abuse she suffered by her then anonymous abuser was centered around gaslighting. She said: My experience with domestic violence was this. Toxic mental, physical, and sexual abuse, which started slow, but escalated over time, including threats against my life, severe gaslighting and brainwashing, waking up to the man that claimed to love me raping what he beli