Jenna Jameson Reveals Disturbing Claim About Marilyn Manson

The following story details intense abuse allegations that may be triggering for some readers. 

In the wake of Evan Rachel Wood naming Marilyn Manson as her abuser in February 2021, more allegations of Manson's behavior towards other women have surfaced. Jenna Jameson, who dated the musician in 1997, has now opened up about her experiences and Manson's violent fantasies.

Jameson, a former adult film star, told the Daily Mail that their relationship didn't last long and that she ended things with the self-proclaimed "antichrist" herself. "I cut it off after he would nonchalantly say he fantasized about burning me alive," she revealed.

"Once he started speaking to me violently, I was like ... goodbye Brian," Jameson said. The actress also described him as "vampiric," adding that "the bruises from him biting me weren't fun." Jameson went on to explain, "Sexually he liked to bite, and it was disconcerting."

"He is a lot. To say the least," she told the Mail. "But the more I got to know him, the weirder he became." She described him wanting to experience sexual situations involving "prosthetic limbs," and confessed that she'd "never be able to tell to what degree he was joking and to what degree he was serious."

Jameson and Manson's affair was turbulent and fleeting

Jenna Jameson and Marilyn Manson first started an affair in 1997 after they met at the premiere for Private Parts, a movie starring Howard Stern. Jameson appeared in the movie in a minor role and was unhappily married at the time to Brad Armstrong, who also directed and acted in porn.

She denied the affair after paparazzi photos were released showing them together, but Manson confirmed to Howard Stern on his radio show that they had been seeing each other. Jameson was surprised by this, as she didn't expect the musician to be "the type to kiss and tell."

After they broke up, Manson didn't waste much time mourning the relationship, according to Jameson. "He moved right on," she told the Daily Mail. "I'm sure he had a lot of choices at that time. It was during his prime."

Jameson retired from porn in 2008. In 2015, she appeared on the UK reality series Celebrity Big Brother and came in eighth place, as the Evening Standard reported. She moved to Hawaii with her daughter in 2019, per People. Her allegations against Manson come as more famous women are speaking out against the performer. 

Evan Rachel Wood named Manson as her abuser after years of silence

Actress Evan Rachel Wood alleged that Marilyn Manson had "horrifically abused" her on February 1, 2021. As the BBC reported, Wood had previously talked about being a survivor of rape and domestic abuse without revealing who her abuser was.

In an Instagram post, she wrote, "The name of my abuser is Brian Warner, also known to the world as Marilyn Manson. He started grooming me when I was a teenager and horrifically abused me for years. I was brainwashed and manipulated into submission."

She continued: "I am done living in fear of retaliation, slander, or blackmail. I am here to expose this dangerous man and call out the many industries that have enabled him, before he ruins any more lives. I stand with the many victims who will no longer be silent."

She started publicly dating the rock musician when she was 19 and he was 36, according to NBC News. In a resurfaced interview from 2009, Manson spoke about their break up and confessed, "I have fantasies every day about smashing her skull in with a sledgehammer," via Page SixSince voicing her allegations, other women, including Jenna Jameson, have spoken up to corroborate Wood's claims. 

Other women have claimed Manson abused them

Other women have backed up Evan Rachel Wood's allegations against Marilyn Manson. Ashley Walters, who reportedly worked as his assistant, claimed on Instagram that he offered collaborators the chance to sleep with her and "frequently became violent" towards her to the point that she now suffers from PTSD and depression.

Ashley Lindsey Morgan's Instagram post alleged that Manson cut and burned her and that during their relationship she "wasn't allowed to eat, or sleep, or leave" the house. Sarah McNeilly similarly claimed that Manson locked her in rooms when she was "bad," and that he "threatened to bash my face in with [a] baseball bat" on her Instagram. And the artist SourGirrrl, whose real name is Gabriella, accused Manson on her post of repeatedly raping her, cutting her hands with broken glass to make a "blood pact," and forcing her to take drugs.

Rose McGowan, who also dated Manson for two years, tweeted her support for Evan Rachel Wood. "I stand with Evan Rachel Wood and other brave women who have come forward," the Charmed actress wrote. "Let the truth be revealed. Let the healing begin."

On the day after Wood named Manson, her Instagram posted an image of a letter from California senator Susan Rubio, requesting that the US Department of Justice investigate these claims. Other actions have already been taken against Manson since these claims surfaced. 

Manson has denied all allegations against him

Manson was dropped by his label, Loma Vista Recordings, on Feb 1, 2021, as the BBC reported. They also said that they would stop promoting his most recent album "effective immediately." He was also removed from an upcoming episode of the TV show American Gods. The TV network Starz made a statement distancing themselves from the alleged abuser, announcing: "Starz stands unequivocally with all victims and survivors of abuse."

Manson himself has denied all of the allegations, making an Instagram post where he wrote, "Obviously, my art and my life have long been magnets for controversy, but these recent claims about me are horrible distortions of reality." He goes on to say,  "My intimate relationships have always been entirely consensual with like-minded partners. Regardless of how — and why — others are now choosing to misrepresent the past, that is the truth."

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