Burlesque star Dita Von Teese is speaking out against her estranged husband - a man who recently told Rolling Stone magazine that he was in a "black hole of depression" during their two-year marriage.
We're talking, of course, about the incomparable Marilyn Manson.
In the latest issue of The Daily Telegraph, Dita Von Teese shares her reaction to Manson's interview in which he described the demise of their union - he bitterly says he won't give her a dime - and falling for his new love, 19-year-old actress Evan Rachel Wood.
Von Teese calls Manson's relationship with Evan Rachel Wood "inappropriate," but says she's moving on. Here are some highlights from the interview ...
On the collapse of her marriage to Marilyn Manson:
"I had all the faith in the world in our relationship for the seven years we were together. I loved him very much, and completely believed it would be forever... Everything went downhill after we got married. I started working a lot to escape my home life."
On trying to help Manson:
"It was difficult, because I was trying to get him help for his problems, and eventually I realized that he didn't want help. I wasn't supportive about his partying or his relationship with another girl, and as much as I loved him I wasn't going to be part of that."
On Manson's recent Rolling Stone interview:
"He says how depressed he was. I get the impression he thinks I was unsupportive. But the truth is I wasn't supportive of his lifestyle, and someone else came along who was ... It didn't work. Instead, it made me the enemy."
On moving out on Christmas Eve:
"I left with nothing. I knew that there was an inappropriate relationship going on in it, and I didn't want any part of it around to remind me. I didn't want that sofa. I didn't want that bed. I didn't want the knife you read about in the article."
THG NOTE: It can't help knowing that Manson has since called Wood his true soul mate.