Who is Lindsay Usich? Meet Marilyn Manson's wife who he married in a private ceremony during Covid-19 lockdown

Evan Rachel Wood took to Instagram and accused her former fiance, Marilyn Manson, who is currently married to Lindsay Usich

Who is Lindsay Usich? Meet Marilyn Manson's wife who he married in a private ceremony during Covid-19 lockdown
Marilyn Manson and Lindsay Usich (Getty Images)
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Marilyn Manson, who got married to a photographer Lindsay Usich during the Coronavirus lockdown, has found himself amid the latest controversy after his former partner Evan Rachel Wood accused him of being abusive towards her. The 'Westworld' star has come forward to talk about the alleged abuse she faced from 'The Beautiful People” singer Manson. Wood took to Instagram to share the details about her relationship.

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Manson had a highly publicized relationship with Wood. The former couple maintained an on-again, off-again relationship for several years. The couple even got engaged during the Paris stage performance in 2010 but called it off later the same year. Following Manson’s split with Wood, he has been romantically involved with the photographer, Usich. Here's a glimpse into their relationship and his marriage during the COVID-19 lockdown.

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Lindsay Usich (L) and Marilyn Manson (Getty Images)

Who is Lindsay Usich?

Born in 1984, Usich — who later changed her name to Lindsay Elizabeth Warner — is an artist, and as per Louise Alexander Gallery, she currently lives in Los Angeles. Did you know Lindsay has a twin sister named Ashley? Working since the age of 17, she has built her career in different cities, including Chicago and New York. Usich also said in one of her earlier interviews that she shot most of her portraits when she lived in New York City and used books to keep the camera steady as she did not have a tripod back then.

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Her photographic work is based on momentary feeling and intuition. In her own words, “feminity and romanticism often go hand in hand with darker, more macabre elements — this is especially true in my everyday life.” She also stated that she knows the story behind every photo she has taken but leaves the interpretation to the viewers.

Marilyn Manson and photographer Lindsay Usich first got linked after a March 2012 issue of Revolver magazine wrote about their alleged romance. The article published a painting made by the singer that featured Usich. At that time, she was also credited as the photo source for Manson’s 2012 album's cover art, 'Born Villain'. 

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How did the two get married?

The couple's love story went on to the next level when they decided to exchange vows. During Manson’s conversation with Nicolas Cage for the Interview Magazine, the duo spilled the beans on the former’s wedding during the lockdown. It was revealed that Cage was the only guest at Manson’s wedding on FaceTime. Cage noted it was wonderful when Manson sang 'Love Me Tender' for Usich.

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“You were the only guest at the wedding on FaceTime. And you definitely c**k blocked me on singing ‘Love Me Tender’, because you mentioned you were going to sing it to us, but I had set up a karaoke machine to do it myself. We both sang it in the end, and your version was even more beautiful,” Manson added back then.

No other details of Manson’s wedding with Usich are made public. However, soon after the wedding, Usich added "Warner" in her Instagram profile, confirming her nuptials with the rock singer.

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Lindsay Usich and Marilyn Manson (Getty Images)

 

Lindsay Usich's Instagram snapshots

Going by the name Lindsay Elizabeth Warner on Instagram, Usich posts on her official handle @lindsayusichofficial. Crediting Manson for clicking a picture, Usich wrote in a post: “You light up the room.” She lovingly calls him “Star Man” and “Glitter Person” on the photo-sharing platform. 

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“Guy is one of my biggest influences,” she told Flaunt in an interview. “His photography is macabre and obscure in its own right, yet so beautiful and decadent at the same time since they’re fashion-centric. To say the very least, I’m honored to be in the same space that represents him.”

Dishing more personal details from her life, she said in the same interview, “Manson and I even have a kitten named Lula and have thrown events that were [David Lynch's] Wild at Heart themed.” She added, “New York City rent was so ridiculous, I worked three jobs to make ends meet. but I like to look back on those photos, and it might’ve been a very strange time for me, but those memories are near and dear to me.”

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Evan Rachel Wood’s accusations against Marilyn Manson

Five years ago, Rachel Wood spoke about being in an abusive relationship. She has now stated that Brian Warner, aka Marilyn Manson, abused her when she was a teenager. In a lengthy Instagram post, Wood, 33, talked about the time when she was only 19 years old and how she got "brainwashed and manipulated into submission."

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“I am here to expose this dangerous man and call out the many industries that have enabled him before he ruins any more lives. I stand with the many victims who will no longer be silent,” Wood continued in her Instagram post.

According to Vanity Fair, in a show of solidarity, at least four other women posted their own allegations against Manson, detailing harrowing experiences that they claim included sexual assault, psychological abuse, and/or various forms of coercion, violence, and intimidation.

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