MARILYN MANSON And EVAN RACHEL WOOD Visit Berlin Mansion; Photos Available
Marilyn Manson and girlfriend Evan Rachel Wood were spotted leaving an old mansion on April 20 in Grunewald, Berlin, Germany where Manson reportedly spent three days filming his latest video. Check out pictures from WENN: Gallery#1, Gallery#2.
Marilyn Manson recently told France's Le Perisien newspaper that his "perfect" marriage to Dita Von Teese was doomed from the start and also justified his dating a 19-year-old.
He said, "I've found my double, my twin, with my new girlfriend, Evan Rachel Wood. She's 19 and certainly that's very young, but that's not a problem for me. She likes the same things as me. She understands I like to get up when night falls and go to sleep at dawn."
He added, "Our relationship ended at Halloween (and) I was completely destroyed psychologically."
"I was married to someone who wanted me to change, become more adult, more responsible. I began not to like myself, not like what I do. I lost my identity. Everything began collapsing around me."
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