MARILYN MANSON’s Rep Says His Turn To Christianity Is ‘Nobody’s Business’

Marilyn Manson

One of the weirdest stories of the week was Marilyn Manson‘s appearance on Kanye West‘s Sunday Service with rapper and Justin Bieber.

Ashley Morgan Smithline, who is one of four women currently suing Manson for allegations of a sexually abusive nature, spoke to People magazine on Manson‘s apparent turn to Christianity, after being seen to engage in what appeared to be a prayer circle with the pop and rap celebrities at this past weekend’s ‘Sunday Service’ gospel event.

“It makes everyone really f*cking sick,” she said. “This is just like being retraumatized. And it’s just showing the point that the world doesn’t really care if you rape and if you beat and hurt all these [women], you can do whatever you want, basically, if you have money and you’re a guy and you’re famous.”

People also reached out to a spokesperson for Manson to ask about his apparent recent turn to Christianity after years of well, being Marilyn Manson. The spokesperson replied that Manson’s religious beliefs were “nobody’s business.”