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Channel 4 are said to be working on an explosive documentary (Picture: CARL DE SOUZA/AFP via Getty Images)

Channel 4 is reportedly working on another investigation after the Dispatches special on Russell Brand.

The bombshell documentary, in a joint exposé by The Times, saw the St Trinian’s actor, 48, accused of rape, sexual assault, and controlling behaviour by several women at the height of his fame, with investigations now launched by the BBCChannel 4, and the Metropolitan Police force.

Brand has denied the accusations against him, while the Channel 4 documentary broke viewing figures.

And now, another explosive documentary is reportedly in the works, this time said to be about Marilyn Manson.

The rocker, 54, whose real name is Brian Hugh Warner, has faced several lawsuits since 2021, with allegations against him made by several women, accusing him of sexual and psychological assault.

Game of Thrones actress Esme Bianco and Westworld actress Evan Rachel Wood were among the accusers – Manson has consistently denied their claims.

Channel 4 is said to be working on a documentary about the allegations against Marilyn Manson (Picture: Leon Bennett/WireImage)

Manson has denied the allegations against him (Picture: Getty Images)

Marilyn Manson: Behind the Mask: ‘will look at multiple allegations of sexual assault made against the US singer.’

The Sun reports that the documentary will be in three-parts, and quotes Susan Lavery, of production company Lightbox, saying: ‘This tells the definitive story of the controversy surrounding the star, charting his career from its early days through to his being dropped by his manager, agent and record label as a result of the allegations made against him.’

She goes on to reveal the documentary will include ‘first-hand testimony’ as well as ‘intimate accounts from the accusers’, alongside those who ‘robustly refute their allegations’.

‘The series asks timely questions about how the music industry draws the line between rock and roll excess and transgressive behaviour.’

Manson has faced several allegations over recent years, and, since the accusations surfaced, has been dropped by his record label.

US actress Evan Rachel Wood claimed Manson ‘horrifically abused me for years’ (Picture: ANGELA WEISS / AFP via Getty)

With regards to Bianco’s lawsuit, Manson settled out of court, while parts of Manson’s own defamation lawsuit against Wood were thrown out of court.

Wood previously shared her allegations of rape and abuse in 2017, when the #MeToo movement gained momentum, before giving testimony to a Congressional committee in 2018, both without naming anyone.

In a lengthy Instagram post in 2021, she finally named Manson and claimed that he groomed her as a teenager and said that he ‘horrifically abused me for years’.

‘The name of my abuser is Brian Warner, also known to the world as Marilyn Manson,’ she wrote at the time.

Wood first became involved with him when she was 18 and he was 38, with the pair becoming engaged briefly in 2010 before breaking up.

A two-part HBO documentary on the allegations called Phoenix Rising premiered last March, in which

Wood revealed that her former fiancé ‘always said that Hitler was the first rock star,’ adding that Manson was manipulative, made ‘fun’ of her for being Jewish, and got ‘multiple swastika tattoos.’

She also alleged that Manson ‘essentially raped her’ on camera during filming the music video of his 2007 track, Heart-Shaped Glasses (When The Heart Guides The Hand).

Other women have come forward with allegations against the rocker of sexual and physical abuse, including an unnamed woman who accused Manson in January of grooming and sexually assaulting her multiple times when she was underage, and  former porn star Jenna Jameson Bitton.

A recent lawsuit was reportedly settled one week before the trial was due to begin, with an anonymous woman who accused he had raped her in June 2011.

Manson has denied all allegations. has approached Manson’s reps and Channel 4 for comment.

Russell Brand: In Plain Sight is available to watch on Channel 4.

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