Marilyn Manson has faced some pretty heavy allegations lately. While his solution involves having Kanye West defend him because he is a man of God, Manson’s got some pretty heinous accusations on his plate. The latest might be among the worst of all.

Several women who spoke to Rolling Stone have shared a similar story about the singer. They say he has a small booth in the corner of his apartment. There, he would allegedly lock up his girlfriends for hours on end. The room, the women say, was about the size of a dressing room in a department store. Victim Ashley Smithline recalled her experience.

“At first, he made it sound cool. Then, he made it sound very punitive. Even if I was screaming, no one would hear me. First you fight, and he enjoys the struggle. I learned to not fight it, because that was giving him what he wanted. I just went somewhere else in my head.”

The apparent torture chamber is said to have been covered with foam to shield the rocker from having to deal with any potential screams of terror. It was referred to as the “Bad Girls Room.”

Actress and former Manson girlfriend Esmé Bianco alleges that Manson abused her verbally and deprived her of sleep and food. He also abused her physically. When Manson chased her with an ax, Bianco said she’d had enough.

The horrifying tales come amidst a flood of accusations against Marilyn Manson. Kanye West has recently tried to blow off the allegations against his new prayer pal. Kanye believes Manson’s behavior is nothing worse than an unwanted hug.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a writer for Ringside News and its sister pop-culture news site, Thirsty for News. He’s been a pro wrestling fan since he was old enough to talk, which places his origins as a fan back to WrestleMania 3. If you look closely, you can find him in his teenage form in the crowd during the 1998 King of the Ring and any number of ECW FanCam tapes. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA. His writing experience includes work for 247Sports, F4WOnline, and a litany of completely random freelance copywriting and ghostwriting jobs. Michael is working hard every day to bring a little extra to the stories he tells. With a passion for pro wrestling and pop culture, he’s delivering the news with the context it takes to understand it. He believes the world of professional wrestling is one of the most fascinating cultural phenomena of all time and loves to weave together it’s past and present. In his spare time, Michael likes to torture himself as a University of Pittsburgh football fan, sample tasty beers, and pretending to be good at Rocket League.

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