Marilyn Manson's Home Raided by Los Angeles County Sheriff

The Special Victims Unit searched the house while Manson was away

BY Allie GregoryPublished Nov 30, 2021

A raid conducted by the L.A. County Sheriff's Special Victims Unit reportedly took place at accused rapist Marilyn Manson's home last night (November 29), with authorities seizing unknown materials from the residence while the musician born Brian Warner was away.

According to reports from TMZ and Rolling Stone, the enforcement team searched for belongings in connection to the multiple sexual assault allegations levelled against Warner.

Consequence additionally reports that hard drives and other media storage units were seized in the raid of Warner's West Hollywood residence, though law enforcement officials have not confirmed which materials were taken following their entry with a warrant.

"What I can confirm is there was a search warrant that was served this morning," an L.A. County Sheriff's source told Rolling Stone. "It's confirmed it was [Warner's] address, his location. It was a search warrant for his belongings."

Manson stands accused of sexual assault, misconduct and rape by multiple women, including actresses Evan Rachel Wood and Esme Bianco. The musician has maintained his denial of all claims, calling them "horrible distortions of reality."

In February, the FBI reportedly launched an investigation into the claims against Manson, interviewing former partner actress Bianca Allaine about her accusations of abuse. Since then, he has attempted to clean up her public image, appearing alongside Kanye West at the rapper's Sunday Service and Donda livestream events. 

Recently, Warner was nominated for two Grammys in relation to his work with West on Donda. Recording Academy President and CEO Harvey Mason Jr. defended the decision, saying, "We won't look back at people's history, we won't look at their criminal record, we won't look at anything other than the legality within our rules of, is this recording for this work eligible based on date and other criteria. If it is, they can submit for consideration."

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