Evan Rachel Wood, Marilyn Manson and why her antisemitism allegations matter


Evan Rachel Wood talks Marilyn Manson antisemitism trauma

  • Evan Rachel Wood shares many abuse allegations against Marilyn Manson in “Phoenix Rising.” Some of said allegations directly correlate to her Jewish ancestry.
  • Experts say hate serves as a breeding ground for all kinds of volatile, vile behavior.
  • Manson has sued Wood in Los Angeles Superior Court, citing defamation, emotional distress and “impersonation over the internet.”

Evan Rachel Wood shares many abhorrent abuse allegations – including rape – against former beau Marilyn Manson in her new two-part documentary “Phoenix Rising,” airing on HBO this week. Some of these allegations directly correlate to her Jewish ancestry, a revelation that should not be overlooked.

In “Phoenix Rising: Part I: Don’t Fall,” Wood says Manson has an affinity for Adolf Hitler, stating he filled paintings with swastikas and Nazi imagery. He made fun of Wood for being born Jewish, she says, and at one point during their relationship, she recalls he wrote “kill all the Jews” on their bedroom wall.

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