Marilyn Manson DROPPED by long-time manager of 25 years Tony Ciulla amid sexual abuse claims
MARILYN Manson’s longtime manager has reportedly severed the relationship amid recent sexual and physical abuse allegations against the embattled musician.
Tony Ciulla, who managed Manson for more than 25 years, cut ties after several women accused the rocker and actor of sexually and physically abusing them, a source told Rolling Stone on Friday.
Ciulla declined to comment to the magazine.
Ciulla’s apparent decision comes after Manson’s ex-fiancé Evan Rachel Wood on Instagram on Monday detailed his alleged abusive acts toward her.
“He started grooming me when I was a teenager and horrifically abused me for years,” Wood claimed.
“I was brainwashed and manipulated into submission.”
Ciulla began managing Manson in 1996, when his second studio album, Antichrist Superstar, propelled him to stardom.
The manager stuck with Manson through various lawsuits that ranged from former and members fighting for royalties, to security workers claiming he assaulted them.
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