Marilyn Manson Police Swarmhouse on reviews of a screaming lady – It turned out that Manson merely did not need to depart the home due to the encompassing paparazzi
According to a new report from TMZ, police went to the shock-seesaw’s house this week after being called about a screaming woman trying to get out of Manson’s house. Witnesses said they heard a woman scream to leave and the authorities were called to his home.
According to TMZ, four officers rolled into police cars and a police helicopter to the 52-year-old’s house. The helicopter flew over the house and lit it. This all comes after around half a dozen women came forward to accuse Marilyn Manson of abuse.
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Apparently, the police actually went to the rocker’s house for a different reason. The welfare check was allegedly requested by a friend who says he has been trying to contact Manson for a few days but he did not respond.
However, initial reports said that officials came into the house after hearing from witnesses that someone wanted to go inside, and they arrived at 6:00 p.m. but were unable to contact anyone in the house.
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About two hours later the police came back to the house and waited to be able to get in touch with a representative for him who said the rocker just didn’t want to leave the house because he didn’t want to be seen by the media that was around Property waited.
In addition, a report by The Sun states that a group of people were outside his home. The witness who spoke to the point of sale said there were many “voices raised” but no music in Manson’s house, a few meters from the police who were in the area at the time.
As previously reported, Evan Rachel Wood alleged that Manson was the one who “abused her terribly” over the course of their long-term relationship that ended in 2010.
Manson replied that their stories were “terrible distortions of reality”. Marilyn Manson’s ex-wife, Dita Von Teese, said she left Manson 12 months after their marriage for “substance abuse” and “infidelity,” but not for abuse.