Allegations against Manson began in early 2021 when actresses Evan Rachel Wood and Esmé Bianco accused him of forcing, psychologically and torturing them into sex.
There was insufficient evidence to charge Marilyn Manson with sexual abuse and domestic violence charges, even after a 19-month investigation and search of her home.
AEven after 19 months of investigations, including a house search, there is still not enough time to charge him Marilyn Manson. District Attorney George Gascon said Tuesday there was insufficient evidence to charge the singer with sexual abuse and domestic violence charges.
He referred to continued "patchy" evidence of possible assaults in the years 2009 to 2011. The first allegations against Manson were made in early 2021, when actresses Evan Rachel Wood and Esmé Bianco accused him of forcing them to have sex, psychologically pressuring them and to have tormented.
Other women later shared similar experiences with the 53-year-old musician ("Don't Chase The Dead"). At the time, California Senator Susan Rubio called on the federal police and the federal attorney's office to investigate Manson, whose real name is Brian Hugh Warner. A few days later, the Los Angeles County Sheriff announced that it was investigating the allegations.
After several civil lawsuits from alleged victims, Manson filed a defamation lawsuit against his former partner Wood a few months ago. In it he accused the "Westworld" actress of wanting to make the allegations important.