"Since posting on Instagram on Monday alleging that Marilyn Manson abused her, Evan Rachel Wood has continued to use the platform to build a case against him," reports Kate Aurthur. Wood tells Aurthur that she knew Manson had hurt other people, "and I knew that I had a platform and a voice, and I needed to help." As Aurthur points out, the allegations and the swift action of removing Manson from American Gods and dropping his Creepshow episode is reminiscent of the #MeToo movement. "During the #MeToo movement of late 2017, social media was the medium through which accusers’ stories went viral, giving a platform to those who may have previously felt they had no outlet for their allegations," says Aurthur. "In fact, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook became the primary way for people who felt they had been wronged to get some measure of justice — perhaps especially for those who had gone to law enforcement or other through official channels, and been denied."