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Marilyn Manson Dropped His By Longtime Manager Following Abuse Allegations


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Rollingstone.com are reporting that Marilyn Manson has been dropped by his manager of some 25 years, Tony Ciulla. The aforementioned publication are citing a source close to the situation in regards to the two having parted ways. Ciulla declined to comment on the matter.

The news of Ciulla dropping Manson as a client follows a wave of people and organizations severing their ties with the shock rock icon. That move to distance from him follows public accusations of sexual assault, grooming, mental abuse and more which were made against him earlier this week by several women. Manson‘s ex-fiancée, actress Evan Rachel Wood, was at the forefront of those accusations, you can read hers and the statements made by several other women at this location.

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Since the accusations went public, Manson was dropped by his record label Loma Vista Recordings as well as by his talent agency CAA. He was also removed from his roles in the TV series ‘American Gods‘ and ‘Creepshow‘. He may yet also face legal ramifications for the accusations, with a Californian state senator calling for an police/FBI investigation into the matter.

Manson himself denied the allegations made against him earlier this week, labeling them “horrible distortions of reality”. His dismissal hasn’t sat well with many of his peers however, as both former friend and collaborator Trent Reznor publicly condemned him. Furthermore, ex-bandmate, Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland, publicly voiced his support for the alleged victims, stating in part, “I was in the band for nine months. He’s not a great guy. And every single thing that people have said about him is fucking true.”

In a bid to provide some clarity on the accusations and the varied reactions many have had to them and why they are just now coming to light, Metal Hammer have posted this informative piece. It looks further into the behaviors associated with abuse and trauma, and also finds the publication consulting with experts on domestic violence survivors and more for their insight into how this situation has unfolded.

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