Whether you’re new to the Justice for Marilyn Manson website or someone whose been interested in these cases for a while — one topic you will see brought up repeatedly is the subject of a fake FBI letter linked to Evan Rachel Wood.
This letter first made its way into the public eye on Dec. 6, 2021 when the DailyMail published an article that contained leaked court documents discussing a fake FBI letter Evan Rachel Wood filed in a custody dispute. It was later mentioned in a lawsuit Marilyn Manson filed against Wood and her partner Illma Gore in March 2022 where he alleges they circulated this fake FBI letter as part of a conspiracy against him.
Naturally, a fake FBI letter linked to Evan Rachel Wood raises a few eyebrows from anyone looking into the Manson cases. It also raises a few questions as to why a Hollywood actress would be linked to forged communications from a federal agent.
Why does this letter exist?
We don’t entirely know but we do have a pretty detailed journey of receipts that take you from a similar letter being drafted in November 2020, circulated within a custody disagreement, published in the DailyMail and featured in multiple court documents.
The best way to give you a clear understanding of what this likely fake FBI letter linked to Evan Rachel Wood says, the receipts can speak for themselves.
TIMELINE OF THE FAKE FBI LETTER LINKED TO EVAN RACHEL WOOD
As Jamie’s concern grew about this alleged federal investigation — he contacted Michele Meyer again. She messages him and shares the correct number for agent Michelle Langer – which she had received from Illma Gore two months prior.
Between January 2021 and March 2021, actress Evan Rachel Wood continued to withhold her son from his father. She even attempted to have a restraining order brought against him — but the Tennessee court did not grant this as there was no reason he posed any threat to Evan or their child.
In this time, Evan Rachel Wood also named Manson as an “abuser” on her Instagram profile.
TUNE INTO THE PODCAST
Walk through the history of the fake FBI letter in an episode of the “Justice for Marilyn Manson” podcast: