After expressing her hope that the rocker “gets help,” Yi said seeing news of Thursday's performance was "triggering." She added, "And then when you talk about the incidents you become known as the person tied to the harasser. And that's just your name from now on. It almost overrides who you are."
Yi made headlines in October 2017 after publicly accusing actress Amber Tamblyn's husband, David Cross, of making racist comments years ago.
Fan-shot videos from Manson's concert on Thursday showed the 49-year-old delivering a half-mumbled, half-sung monologue, while his band played an extended blues jam. After acting strangely on stage for more than an hour, the rocker reportedly ended the show, sparking anger among fans. By the end of the show, local paper Newsday reported that the crowd was chanting, “Refund! Refund!”
Manson’s Thursday performance joins a slew of controversial moments the rocker has endured in recent months. Manson fired former bassist Twiggy Ramirez last October, after Ramirez faced allegations of sexual assault. Last November Manson sparked controversy after aiming a fake rifle at his San Bernandino audience.
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This article originally appeared on The Hollywood Reporter.