‘Game Of Thrones’ actress now among Marilyn Manson’s accusers

Published February 11, 2021, 3:21 PM

by Punch Liwanag

Yet another woman has come out to accuse Marilyn Manson of abuse.

“Game Of Thrones” actress Esmé Bianco has come forward revealing alleged physical and psychological abuse in the hands of rock singer Marilyn Manson.

In an interview with New York Magazine’s The Cut, Bianca detailed the abuse Manson, a.k.a. Brian Warner inflicted on her during the time they lived together back in 2011.

In the interview Bianca said that Manson went from being “a massive role model who really helped me through some incredibly dark and difficult times as a teenager,” to a “monster who almost destroyed me and almost destroyed so many women.”

In the same interview, Bianco said that Manson cut her body with a knife on one occasion. “I just remember laying there, and I didn’t fight it. It was kind of this final-straw moment where I had lost all sense of hope and safety.”

Bianco first met Manson in 2009 and again in 2011 where the former starred in the latter’s film “Phantasmagoria.”

The time coincided with the first episode of “Game Of Thrones” airing on TV. Said episode had a sex scene that featured Bianco’s prostitute character. Bianca played the character Ros, who worked in Little Finger Petyr Baelish’s brothel.  The actress recounted that Manson would repeatedly replay the sex scene for guests on a projector, humiliating her.

On one occasion Bianco recounted in her interview that Manson chased her around with an axe. She suffered a panic attack from the incident and left Manson, fleeing in the dead of night while Manson was sleeping, breaking up with him a month later via email. Bianco said she suffers from PTSD from her time with Manson.

Bianco’s revelation comes after she hinted in an Instagram post that she too was an abuse survivor, after actress Evan Rachel Wood and several other accusers first came out and named Brian Warner, Marilyn Manson as their abuser.

 
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