In the second part of the HBO documentary Phoenix Rising, the actress, 34, opened up about how the "Sweet Dreams" vocalist, 53, allegedly tortured her sexually, forced her to brand her skin and to drink his blood.
“He carved an ‘E,’ and I carved an ‘M’ as a way to show ownership and loyalty, and I carved it right next to my vagina to show him that I belong to him. So it’s January 2007,” Wood stated of the alleged abuse. “I really want to get that scar removed.”
The Westworld actress noted that Manson had even coerced her into making a pact that the two would drink each other's blood. “Yeah, drinking blood is definitely a thing," Wood noted in the documentary.
The Critics' Choice Television Award winner also alleged that she would often wake up to the rocker sexually assaulting her. “I’d wake up, I just remember doing the mental math quickly and thinking, ‘Just stay, just stay asleep, don’t move, just don’t move," she recounted. “So I would just lie limp and still until it was over, and then I swear to God, he would just fling my leg and walk out of the room."
According to Wood, Manson — whose real name is Brian Warner — took his dark desires to another level by shocking her genitals with a Violet Wand (a sex toy that delivers high-voltage electrical currents) and hitting her with a “Nazi whip” while she was on the ground on a prayer kneeler.
“It hurt so bad that I broke the kneeler in half,” the Thirteen actress claimed. “I remember in that moment thinking, ‘Just tell him whatever he wants to hear, just tell him whatever he wants to hear’ … and I said, ‘I’m so sorry, I’m so sorry.’ I was begging for forgiveness, and he was cradling me and saying, ‘You understand now.’ And then he cut open his hand … and made me drink his blood. And then he cut me … and drank mine.”
The painter — who has since sued Wood and her her partner Illma Gore — put out a statement via his attorney claiming that Wood's allegations are totally untrue. "[Warner] vehemently denies any and all claims of sexual assault or abuse of anyone," the attorney wrote.
"These lurid claims against my client have three things in common — they are all false, alleged to have taken place more than a decade ago and part of a coordinated attack by former partners and associates of Mr. Warner who have weaponized the otherwise mundane details of his personal life and their consensual relationships into fabricated horror stories," the lawyer concluded the statement.