UPDATE: Marilyn Manson has broken his silence following the allegations of abuse.

Content Warning: This article about Marilyn Manson discusses sexual abuse and domestic violence.

If you or someone you know is affected by the following story, you are not alone. To speak to someone, you can call Lifeline on 13 11 14, or 1800 RESPECT on 1800 737 732.

Evan Rachel Wood is not the only woman who has domestic abuse allegations against Marilyn Manson.

As the story unfolds, Wood’s allegations have now been followed up on the account of four other women who have spoken up on their PTSD from their connection to Manson.

As reported by Vanity Fair, each of the women have come forward with a statement – you can read the allegations below.

Ashley Walters

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“I continue to suffer from PTSD, and struggle with depression. I stayed in touch with quite a few people who went through their own traumas, under his control. As we all struggled, as survivors do, to get on with our lives, I’d keep hearing stories disturbingly similar to our own experiences.

It became clear the abuse he’s caused; he continues to inflict on so many and I cannot stand by and let this happen to others. Brian Warner needs to be held accountable.”

Sarah McNeilly

“I have been afraid to bring any spotlight upon myself as to avoid winding up in his crosshairs again. As a result of the way he treated me, I suffer from mental health issues and PTSD that have affected my personal and professional relationships, self-worth and personal goals.

I believe he gets off on ruining people’s lives. I stand in support of all that have and all will come forward. I want to see Brian held accountable for his evil.”

Ashley Lindsay Morgan

“I have night terrors, PTSD, anxiety, and mostly crippling OCD. I try to wash constantly to get him out or off of me…. I am coming forward so he will finally stop.”

Gabriella

“It has taken me five years to speak out and say that I was in an abusive relationship. I have been diagnosed with PTSD and still suffer from nightmares. I blocked out a lot of the memories, but the feelings remain and manifest in various ways.

The reason I’m finally sharing this traumatic experience is for my healing and because I’m done being silent. I don’t believe it’s fair for someone to not be held accountable for their horrific actions. I’m not a victim. I’m a survivor.”

Further to the story, Vanity Fair have also reported that Manson’s representatives were not immediately available for comment.