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Unreleased footage from a 2012 collaboration between Marilyn Manson and Hostel director Eli Roth leaked online last night, and it includes a very hard-to-watch scene depicting Roth holding down and raping singer Lana del Rey.

"The footage is so sick, it's been locked in a vault for over a year," Roth told Larry King in an interview last October.

The disturbing simulated-rape clip apparently made its way out of that vault as part of a reel for Sturmgruppe, a Los Angeles-based digital art group that has done cinematography and editing for Manson in the past.

Some outlets are reporting the video is called "Sturmgruppe," but most of the footage—minus the Del Rey scene and the party balloons with "rape" Sharpied onto them—made it into the finished video for Manson's "No Reflection," directed by Lukas Ettlin:

In the same Larry King interview, Roth said it was "crazy" to suggest that depicting the sexual abuse of women "adds to horror":

"No, that's a crazy question. There's literally no way to answer that. The sexual abuse of women is so horrific. I mean, Straw Dogs is a movie where there's rape. Does that add to that movie? Yes. But how are you supposed to answer a question like that? It's crazy."

Update: Although Roth had previously said he shot the video "with Marilyn Manson and Lana del Rey," Pitchfork is reporting that Manson's reps say he never intended to use it in a music video.

[h/t Spin]