“House” actress Charlyne Yi alleged on Twitter that Marilyn Manson once visited the show’s set and harassed “every woman” about lesbian sex acts.
The actress made the remarks on her social media account after Manson’s fans demanded refunds on Friday after he stormed off stage at the Paramount Theatre in Long Island following a bizarre rant at Thursday’s concert.
“Ugh don’t even get me started on Marilyn Manson. Yes this happened a long time ago — on the last season of House he came on set to visit because he was a huge fan of the show & he harassed just about every woman asking us if we were going to scissor, rhino & called me a China man,” she alleged in a now-deleted tweet, using slang terms like “scissor” and “rhino,” which describe types of lesbian sex activities.
In a follow-up tweet, she wrote: “It’s so triggering to see people come up on the internet who have harassed you. 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, 32, said she was later harassed by Manson’s fans on Twitter, who told her to die and blamed her for the incident she recalled.
The actress portrayed Dr. Chi Park on the eighth and final season of the Fox medical drama.
“People are sick. Sincerely,” she continued. “People obsessed with Marilyn Manson telling me that racism and sexual harassment is okay. You know what? You can all go f–k off and educate your hearts. Grow the f–k up. I grow bored with tolerance and passiveness for this BS.”
The actress, artist and dancer continued to call out the trolls, declaring that it was “surreal” to have to ask not to be degraded and to have to ask for “basic respect.”
A rep for Yi did not respond to a Daily News request to elaborate on the incident further. A rep for Manson also did not respond for comment.
Manson has faced a number of controversies in recent months. Last October, he fired his bassist Twiggy Ramirez after he faced allegations of sexual assault and Manson was highly criticized after he aimed a fake rifle at an audience in San Bernardino — where a mass shooting occurred just a few years prior.
After the bizarre rant where in New York where he called New Jersey a “s–thole”, he performed in Jersey Friday, mooned the crowd and covered Patti Smith’s “Rock and Roll N—-R,” Pitchfork reported.
Yi, who also starred in “Paper Heart” and “Knocked Up,” previously accused David Cross in October 2017 of being racist several years ago.
She claimed Cross asked if she would fight him, karate style, and allegedly said “ching chong ching chong” — reportedly mocking her Filipino and Korean ancestry.
Cross later apologized and claimed he didn’t remember the incident as she did.