Mr. Manson described his views on girls in a 2015 interview with Dazed, a mode journal.
“Girls should always present themselves to you when you come home,” he mentioned. “‘Hi honey, I’m home,’ and she’s wearing lingerie, legs akimbo. ‘Come and get it, honey.’”
Ms. Wood told Rolling Stone magazine in 2016 that she had been raped: “By a significant other while we were together. And on a separate occasion, by the owner of a bar.”
In latest years, particularly after the delivery of her son in 2013 and the beginning of the #MeToo motion, she was galvanized to grow to be an advocate for survivors of home abuse, she informed The New York Times in a 2018 interview. “If you’re going to be famous, for me it has to mean something, or be used for something, because otherwise it just freaks me out,” she mentioned in the interview.
That February, she testified earlier than Congress about what she had endured.
“So often we speak of these assaults as no more than a few minutes of awfulness, but the scars last a lifetime,” she mentioned in her testimony, during which she detailed an episode during which she thought she may die by the hands of her abuser. “Not just because my abuser said to me, ‘I could kill you right now.’ But because in that moment, I felt like I left my body. I was too afraid to run, he would find me.”
For years afterward, she mentioned, she “struggled with depression, addiction, agoraphobia, night terrors,” and made two suicide makes an attempt; she mentioned she was finally identified with long-term post-traumatic stress dysfunction.
Before her Congressional listening to in regards to the Survivor’s Bill of Rights, which expanded entry to medical care and extra for survivors of sexual assault, Ms. Wood mentioned she had hardly uttered the total scope of her trauma to anybody. She had barely processed it herself, she mentioned within the 2018 interview, till she was forged in “Westworld,” the sci-fi drama during which she performs an harmless who slowly awakens to the darkness round her.