Manager of Marilyn Manson Twenty-five years later, Tony Ciulla said the rocker was no longer his client, according to a report from Rolling Stone. Mr. Ciulla has been with Manson since 1996, the year the Antichrist superstar was released.
A few days ago, Westworld World actress Evan Rachel Wood claimed in a social media post that Manson had “manipulated” her and “terribly harassed” her for years. Four other women also made allegations of abuse against the singer.
As a result of the allegations, Manson was fired by his record company, Loma Vista Recordings, who said:
Today, in the wake of the disturbing allegations that Evan Rachel Wood and other women have named Marilyn Manson as their attacker, Loma Vista stops promoting her new album. Because of this disturbing revelation, we also decided not to work with Marilyn Manson on future projects.
Two American television channels also severed ties with the singer. AMC announced that Manson’s next appearance on CreepShow had been dropped, while Starz canceled the singer’s performance on the upcoming American Gods episode.
For his part, Manson denied the allegations. He wrote on Instagram:
Obviously, my art and my life have long been controversial magnets, but these recent arguments about me are terrible distortions of reality. My intimate relationships are always in complete agreement with like-minded partners. How – and why – others now choose to distort the past, which is true.