Marilyn Manson was recently accused of sexual harassment by Charlyne Yi. The House alum said that Manson's meltdown during a concert in New York no longer surprised her.
Yi recounted the time Manson visited the set of House. Manson had said that he was a huge fan of the show. During his time on set, Yi said that Manson harassed every single woman he spoke with.
"It's so triggering to see people come up on the internet who have harassed you. And then when you talk about the incidents you become known as the person tied to the harasser. And that's just your name from now on. It almost overrides who you are," wrote Yi.
Yi, who has already deleted her tweets, also said that Manson called her a China man. The Asian actress previously accused David Cross of making racist remarks at her, but Cross said that he never did so.
Marilyn Manson's New York Concert Meltdown
Last weekend, Manson also made headlines after he had a meltdown on stage during his performance in the Big Apple. One concertgoer shared a recap of the show and said that majority of the concert attendees are hoping to get a refund.
"Manson came out with a bang but the whole thing deteriorated very quickly. Once it got to be 10 minutes of begging for adoration and no music, I think we all started to realize something was wrong. Once he was temporarily satisfied, it didn't improve. They would start songs only to screech them to a halt a minute in," wrote the concertgoer.
The singer's fan also said that Manson also rambled about his fans' lack of love for him. After over an hour, the singer threw his microphone and left the stage. Some fans believe that Manson was intoxicated during his performance. He has not also issued an apology.
Marilyn Manson Controversies
This is not the first time that Manson was involved in a controversy at his concert. In October, he was forced to cancel the remaining dates of his tour after he broke his leg. In November, Manson performed for his fans while his leg was in a cast but aimed a fake rifle at an audience.
Manson, 49, is an American singer, songwriter, composer, actor, painter, author, and former music journalist. He is the lead vocalist and founder of the Marilyn Mason band.
Some of his songs include "Sweet Dreams," "Beautiful People," "The Nobodies," "The Fight Song," "This Is Halloween," "Tainted Love," "Deep Six," "Heart-Shaped Glasses," and more.