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Los Angeles police searched Marilyn Manson's house while cancel culture against the singer is being criticized

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Authorities searched Marilyn Manson’s home in West Hollywood amid the investigation of sexual assault accusations, according to the reports.

Investigators with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department carried out the search warrant as part of a probe into sexual assault claims. The singer was not at home when the search was being executed, although he was aware of the report and the warrant.

All “media storage units” were removed from Manson’s residence, report says.

The “Antichrist Superstar” singer denied all accusations, including those of “Game of Thrones” actress Esme Bianco, who claimed that the shock rocker abused her by allegedly depriving her of food and sleep, locking her up in a bedroom, whipping her and giving her electroshock alongside the promises of raping her.  

Manson’s lawyer, Howard King has called the accusations “provably false.” 

It should be noted that the so-called cancel culture has failed with Marilyn Manson since the musician has been recently nominated for Grammy after his performance with rapper Kayne West.

“All these #MeToo... When I sit with Marilyn Manson or DaBaby for five songs after they’ve been ‘cancelled’, like, they can’t ‘cancel’ us all,” the rapper said criticizing cancel culture.

Wets, who sided with Manson in his new  interview,  added:

“They accuse you of being with someone 10 years ago. And at the same time, there are women who have experienced really serious things, being squeezed in an alley against their will – it’s not the same as a hug, but it’s classified the same way. It is power and politics. Greedy to the power of maniacs and ordinary control. Mind control of the 1984 we are in. The mentality of the crowd.”

Manson, however, is still facing several lawsuits alleging sexual, emotional and physical abuse.

"Cancel culture is what happens when women feel they don't have power," said Nicole Bedera, an expert in sexual violence. "It's what we are left with when our traditional institutions of accountability are not working."

Photo by Sven Mandel/CC BY-SA 4.0

Author: Usa Really