Marilyn Manson's manager for twenty five years, Tony Ciulla, has dropped the shock rocker as his client, according to a report from Rolling Stone. Ciulla has been with Manson since 1996, the year Antichrist Superstar was released.
Manson was accused by actress Evan Rachel Wood, and five other women of abuse. Wood's testimony detailed being mentally and physically tortured by an older man when she was 18-years-old. You can see the details of her accusations here.
Wood also began signal-boosting other women who spoke of the abuse they alleged Manson caused to them. Another accuser has since come forward saying Manson pulled a gun on her and accused him of drugging his girlfriend at the time. A former Manson personal assistant has backed Wood's claims.
Limp Bizkit's Wes Borland, who played with Manson in 1998, was the first artist to speak out, and said that everything Wood was saying was true. Trent Reznor released a statement denouncing him. Another musician, Phoebe Bridgers, revealed she went over to Manson's house as a teenager and he joked of having "a rape room."
Last night, Otep accused Manson of abusing his current wife, who would then call Otep's house in hysterics. Manson's previous wife, Dita Von Teese responded to concern from fans by addressing the situation, saying she was never abused by Manson. Sharon Osbourne also spoke positively of her relationship with Manson but said she did not keep tabs on his personal life.