As part of a sexual assault investigation, Marilyn Manson’s LA home was raided



According to reports, Marilyn Manson’s residence was raided as part of an ongoing sexual assault investigation.

According to Rolling Stone, a LA County Sheriff’s source verified that a search warrant was served on an address associated with Manson on November 29.

It comes after a recent investigation by the US publication into the artist, actual name Brian Warner, and many allegations of physical, psychological, and sexual abuse, torture, and rape leveled against him.


He is currently facing several sexual assault lawsuits.

“My clients continue to fully support the LASD in its ongoing investigation and applaud this latest step towards making sure Brian Warner is held to account,” Jay Ellwanger, the lawyer representing Manson accusers Esme Bianco and Ashley Morgan Smithline, told Rolling Stone.


Manson’s representative has been approached for comment by The Independent.

During their two-year relationship, Bianco, a Game of Thrones actor, alleged that Manson would deprive her of sleep and food, electrocute her, and rape her.

Several women have claimed that Manson trapped them in a soundproofed room for hours. Model Smithline is one of them.

Phoebe Bridgers, a musician, previously said that when she visited Manson’s home as a teenager, he told her about the chamber and named it his “rape room.”

Throughout the years, Manson had addressed the area in interviews, referring to it as “the bad girls room” when speaking with media.

Manson has rejected all allegations, claiming that his accusers are “desperately trying to conflate the imagery and artistry of [his] ‘shock rock’ stage persona, ‘Marilyn Manson,’ with fabricated accounts of abuse”.