Actress Esmé Bianco is suing singer Marilyn Manson of sexually assaulting case, coercing her through drugs, and striking her several times while their involvement a decade ago, according to a lawsuit registered Friday. Esmé, who performed Ros in the “Game of Thrones” series, claims that when she went to Los Angeles to shoot a video for one of Manson’s songs in 2009 Feb, the artist- whose actual name is Brian Warner – delivered her alcohol & drugs, but no food for continuous four days, “tied her to a prayer kneeler,” “beat her with a strap” & “electrocuted her,” the lawsuit asserts.
It also states that Marilyn brought Bianco to Hollywood in 2011 under the form of acting roles that are not actualized. Instead, the plaintiff alleged she was brought to his home and was forced to have sex with another woman.
“To be more precise, this litigation was filed only after the client refused to be shaken down by Ms. Esme and her lawyer and give in to their extreme financial demands based on the policy that did not even occur,” Marilyn’s attorney Howard E. King replied.
“We’ll actively contest the allegations in court and are certain that we’ll prevail.” Esmé’s suit also insists that she’s dealing with PTSD. Marilyn is accused of not letting Esme leave his house without permission, chasing her around with an ax, and whacking her with a “Nazi knife.”
“It took Ms. Esmé years to get the extent of Mr. Warner’s physical, sexual, psychological, and emotional abuse,” the suit spoke.
Esmé’s lawsuit, listed in the United States District Court in the Central District of California, calls Manson’s manager & also his management company as offenders, alleging that Tony Ciulla & Ciulla Management Inc., “knew of Mr. Warner’s conduct and profited financially from conceding this abuse to resume.” CNN has reached out to Tony and his management yet hasn’t heard back any news.