Marylin Manson is accused of psychologically and sexually abusing multiple women. The music artist allegations has denied allegations. There seems to be a new development in the case.
According to TMZ Special Victims Unit detectives forced entry to Manson’s home in West Hollywood early Monday morning. The Law Enforcement officials were executing a search warrant.
The search warrant seems to be in connection to ongoing probes into sexual assault allegations against Marylin Manson. Police have seized media storage units, including hard drives, which will be reviewed before the case is submitted to the Los Angeles County District Attorney.
Manson has not been charged with any crime related to sexual or domestic violence as of yet. Needless to say, investigations are still going on. Manson’s legal team say they are cooperating with the investigation. L.A. County Sheriff’s Department started digging into abuse allegations against Manson back in February.
On February 1, former fiancée Evan Rachel Wood accused the singer of abuse. On Instagram and in a statement to Vanity Fair, she said he had been emotionally, physically, and sexually abusive during their relationship over a decade earlier.
In the months that followed Evan Rachel Wood’s accusations, four women filed civil lawsuits against Manson. The alleged victims are, British actress Esmé Bianco, Ashley Morgan Smithline, Manson’s former employee named Ashley Walters, and an anonymous woman who claims to be an ex-girlfriend of Manson.
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