Evan Rachel Wood Gives Son’s ‘Primary Guardianship’ to Ex Jamie Bell – Due to Marilyn Manson’s Disgusting Threats??

Evan Rachel Wood And Jamie’s bell split in 2014 and have since been embroiled in a protracted custody dispute over their current 9-year-old son, Jack Matfin Bells. Back in 2022, Jamie said they had shared “equal guardianship” over his son for seven years before that, as he claims, Evan started keeping Jack away from him. 35 years old Thirteen Alum denies these claims. However, she used to be tries her best to keep her son at home with her in Nashville, Tennessee. But everything has changed.

And apparently it was her more notorious ex’s fault: Marilyn Manson.

Related: Marilyn Manson sued again for allegedly molesting minors

On Thursday, explosion reports Evan eventually gave up the fight to keep her son at home and instead gave up “primary guardianship” to her ex-husband, who lives in Los Angeles. In records obtained by the store, it says:

“[Jack will] mostly live with [Jamie] in Los Angeles, [Wood] will have guardianship of Jack a [1] weekend every month from Friday, after school or 10:00 am”

Now, Evan will only have his son home one weekend per month, plus school holidays like spring break – a big change for sure! The reason this change is supposed to happen is terrible…

Sources revealed that Evan is currently “extremely afraid of putting his son in danger” due to threats Manson, whose real name is Manson Brian Hugh Warner, performed against the boy. If you remember, in December 2021 when testifying against the 54-year-old rocker, western world the actress claimed that he told her he was going to “fuck” her son as a way to “ruin” her son. [her] life.” At that time, she said:

“I take [Manson’s] Serious threat, then and now. I’m looking at attack dogs and security guards at night.”

That’s disgusting. However, of course, he denied these claims, as well as all of her other allegations of abuse… And the accusations from other women…

Evan addressed her fear for Jack’s safety in her 2021 testimony, noting in particular some of the worst accusations against Manson:

“I recently learned that [Manson] involved in human trafficking and the sexual exploitation of minors on a large scale. These new developments, combined with the pending criminal investigation, make me very concerned about my child’s safety while in Los Angeles.”

During this month’s detention trial, Phoenix is ​​rising The documentary theme goes into great detail about how all of this feels:

“I am a key witness in a pending criminal investigation. In connection with the investigation, I allege that I was the victim of torture, rape and pedophilia by a deliberate celebrity. I am terribly afraid of the alleged offender. I have suffered a severe, painful physical and mental injury at his hands, and I fear that he will seek to punish me for testifying by harming me, our son, and me. members of our family.”

Evan also testified that investigators told her directly that her family was in danger. Very very sad.

We’re sure Jamie would be happy to see more of his son. However, he did NOT agree with his ex-wife’s reasoning and wrote in his own profile:

“Anything that scares Evan about third parties has nothing to do with me or custody of our son. I don’t even want to think about the short-term and long-term psychological harm Evan could do to Jack with this kind of talk and my prolonged separation from him.”

The actress re-filed and wrote that she never kept her son away from his father, but that she has “real and profound concerns” if they reside in LA. Dad doesn’t seem to share those concerns at all…

Such a scary situation. We really hope this is in the best interests of both Evan and Jack. Think?

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