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Marilyn Manson's Biggest Regret

  Throughout his career, Marilyn Manson has been asked by various interviewers about things he regrets, and in lyrics of his songs he has talked about both regretting and not regretting, but the last time he was asked about his regrets was in 2019, in an interview for the German magazine Numero Homme Berlin (Spring/Summer 2019) for which he graced the cover. I translated his response below: Sina Braetz: Looking back, what do you regret most about your life? Marilyn Manson: I regret that I was naive enough to let people believe that my kindness was weakness and that I allowed them to take advantage of it. Many people believed that I was actually stupid or naive because I was so friendly and they betrayed me. But that was my fault, not theirs. That's why I regret not having been competent enough to understand that my desire to have companionable friendship - or whatever you want to call it - to have friends or family, made me make a lot of mistakes that I wish I hadn't made. Bu

Damning Proof Evan Rachel Wood Never Cooked For Marilyn Manson (Not Even Right After Her Abortion)

In Evan Rachel Wood's documentary Phoenix Rising , she made a new shocking accusation that Marilyn Manson would drug her, repeatedly rape her in her sleep, and forbade her to use any sort of birth control, which resulted in her getting pregnant and having an abortion. She says that he flew in to New York where she was filming Mildred Pierce to be there for the abortion, but he was far from caring or supportive.    "He flew out for the abortion. The second it was over it was like, 'Make me dinner.' And I remember being like, 'I’m supposed to be resting — my body has gone through this trauma ... there’s aftermath here.' And he didn’t care." When it was revealed that Manson apparently forced Evan to cook him dinner immediately after her abortion, the media focused on that detail like a hawk in their headlines: Evan Rachel Wood Says Marilyn Manson Made Her Cook Him Dinner Immediately After Losing Baby ( Radar Online )  Evan Rachel Wood: Marilyn Manson made me

How Evan Rachel Wood Tried to Make Marilyn Manson a Dangerous Cult Leader and Herself a Heroic Survivor

      Evan Rachel Wood first spoke out as a survivor of domestic abuse and sexual assault in 2016, without naming who her two rapists were. In 2017 she became more and more of a voice for women who had suffered domestic abuse and sexual assault. It was in 2018 that she gained widespread attention when she spoke about her abuse before congress, though she still refused to name who her rapists were, but this would be the last time we would hear about her second rapist that was allegedly the owner of a bar. It was after this that Evan and her girlfriend Illma Gore along with actress Esme Bianco began work on the Phoenix Act, to increase the statute of limitations in California for victims of domestic violence. It was on April 23rd of 2019 that Evan Rachel Wood testified before the California senate on behalf of the Phoenix Act, and for the first time she would describe her abuser as one who showed all the signs of a cult leader. The Phoenix Act was passed by the Senate on May 28, 2019, pa

When Evan Rachel Wood Went on a Cross Country Tour With Slayer in October 2010

On November 15th 2022, Evan Rachel Wood randomly posted the photo above in her Instagram stories. She says it was taken during her "heavy metal days" around 2010, and added the words "on one" which indicates that she was under the influence of some sort of drug and/or alcohol. It was a bit odd for her to randomly post this within such a cryptic context, though it is common for her to do such things if she is trying to hide something, but an anonymous source contacted me and clarified for me what is really going on in this photo. The photo dates back to October 2010, when famous photographer Terry Richardson photographed Evan Rachel Wood backstage at a Slayer concert in New York, basically having a good time and doing drugs. Richardson posted these photos on his social media back then, though today they are mostly deleted. Luckily for us, my anonymous source saved these photos and shared them with me below:                     Just Jared also posted a series of phot

Is Evan Rachel Wood Justified in Having a Holocaust Tattoo?

On October 24, 2022, Evan Rachel Wood posted a video in her Instagram stories sitting in her car while listening to music and sliding down her sunglasses as she smiles with a written message on top promoting one of her upcoming Evan and Zane concerts in Hollywood. During this video, Evan's left forearm was exposed and for the first time I noticed a tattoo with five letters and numbers that looked eerily similar to a holocaust tattoo. What I came to find out is that the fading tattoo is actually the Phoenix Act bill number "SB-273". This tattoo was mentioned in her interview with The Cut on March 15, 2022: "She has a tattoo of the bill’s number, SB-273, on her left wrist," but I never actually ever saw the tattoo, though there is actually a photo in that interview which partially shows it. The question is, however, whether the Phoenix Act bill number tattoo is supposed to resemble a holocaust tattoo?     If we take a look at some photos online of holocaust tatto