Evan Rachel Wood says Marilyn Manson told her to make him dinner after abortion: 'He didn't care'


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Evan Rachel Wood appears in 'Phoenix Rising', by Amy Berg. Photo: Sundance Institute/AP

Amy Berg's two-part HBO documentary Phoenix Rising finds Evan Rachel Wood reflecting on her abuse allegations against Marilyn Manson.

New details from the documentary's second part have emerged courtesy of Insider and the New York Post, including Wood's allegation that Manson told her to make him dinner right after she got an abortion.

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