Mr Manson described his views on women in a 2015 interview with Dazed, a style magazine.
“Girls should always present themselves to you when you get home,” he said. ‘Hello honey, I’m at home’ and she’s wearing lingerie with her legs braced. “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 another occasion from the owner of a bar. “
In recent years, especially after the birth of her son in 2013 and the start of the #MeToo movement, she has been hired as a domestic violence survivor lawyer, she told the New York Times in a 2018 interview. “If you want to become famous, it has to mean something to me or be used for something, because otherwise it just freaks me out, “she said in the interview.
In February she testified before Congress what she had endured.
“So often we speak of these attacks as no more than a few minutes of horror, but the scars last a lifetime,” she said in her testimony, in which she described an episode in which she thought she might die at her hands Perpetrator. “Not just because my abuser said to me, ‘I could kill you now. ‘But because in that moment I felt like I left my body. I was too scared to run, he would find me. “
For years after that, she said, “she struggled with depression, addiction, agoraphobia, night terrors” and made two suicide attempts; She said she was eventually diagnosed with long-term post-traumatic stress disorder.
Prior to her hearing in Congress on the Survivors’ Bill of Rights, which expanded access to health care and more for sexual assault survivors, Ms. Wood said she had hardly disclosed the full extent of her trauma to anyone. She barely processed it herself, she said in an interview in 2018, until she was cast in “Westworld”, the science fiction drama in which she plays an innocent woman who is slowly awakening from the darkness around her.