Marilyn Manson is being hit with another sexual assault lawsuit, this time from an ex-employee who claims the rocker bragged about rapping women.
In the bombshell documents obtained by Radar, the musician's former assistant Ashley Walters says Manson regularly expressed threatening behavior towards her during his “drug induced fits of rage.”
The lawsuit points to one incident in particular in which "he threw dishes at Walters, threatened to commit suicide and even pushed her into a wall."
Manson allegedly told her "he had gotten away with raping women," and often admitted to "he wanted to kill women he was involved with," according to the documents.
Walter's lawsuit comes just weeks after his ex-girlfriend Games of Thrones actress Esmé Bianco sued him for sexual assault and battery, claiming he cut even her with a Nazi knife.
Manson's ex-assistant even mentions Esmé in her claims.
Walters says on more than one occasion, she snuck drinks and food into a bedroom for Esmé and actress Evan Rachel Wood -- both who were his then girlfriends -- because they were too scared to leave their room.
Walters also claimed she witnessed him "throw a prop skull so hard at Wood that it left a large raised welt in her stomach.”
She alleges that Manson required her to stand for "12 hours straight on a chair while taking pictures of him,” and that he “fed her cocaine to force her to stay awake.”
In the lawsuit, Walters also states that Manson would encourage his friends to grope her.
She claims he "physically and verbally threatened her," before terminating her employment in October 2011.
His ex-assistant also lists Manson's label, Marilyn Manson Records, as a defendant.
The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department is allegedly investigating abuse allegations made by multiple women against the rocker.
Earlier this year, Wood accused Manson "started grooming me when I was a teenager and horrifically abused me for years." She also said, "I was brainwashed and manipulated into submission."
After the Westwood actress detailed her claims of abuse, Manson's life slowly began falling apart.
He was dropped from his talent agency CAA, his series role, and his record label.
Manson later denied Wood's abuse allegations, calling her claims "distortions of reality."