Trent Reznor denies sexually assaulting a lady with Marilyn Manson, says Rocker, who made up the story for his ebook!

Trent Reznor, the Oscar-winning composer and front man of pioneering industrial conglomerate Nine Inch Nails, wants the world to know he didn’t physically and sexually assault a woman with Marilyn Manson, as the shock rocker claims in his 1998 autobiography Long hard way out of hell.

Trent Reznor mentored Manson and was instrumental in helping Marilyn’s career reach the height it did. In the early 1990s, Reznor rented and lived at 10050 Cielo Drive – the home of the Manson family murders. There he created a recording studio he named Pig, borrowing from the creepy messages the Manson killers scribbled in the blood of their victims.

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10050 Cielo Drive is the house that was once rented by Roman Polanski and his wife Sharon Tate when members of the Manson family cult sneaked in and violently slaughtered five people, including Sharon Tate and her eight-month-old unborn son, who was murdered in the womb has been. All in all, Sharon Tate, Abigail Folger (heir to the Folger coffee company) Wojciech Frykowski, Steven Parent and the famous hairdresser Jay Sebring were all killed.

An underground band made headlines in Florida in the early 1990s. Marilyn Manson and the creepy kids. Trent Reznor had a vision for Manson’s music and the two began working together.

Marilyn Manson became known while Trent Reznor lived in the house where the killings for ending the hippie generation took place. The band, founded in 1989, worked on their first album, tentatively called The Manson Family Album. Manson didn’t like the way production went on the album, and Manson signed with Trent Reznor’s label Nothing Records.

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Manson and the band (excluding Gidget Gein) traveled from Florida to Los Angeles and escorted Trent Reznor to the house where America’s cruelest celebrity murders took place. There they revised the album and renamed it from The Manson Family Album to Portrait of an American Family. It is Marilyn Manson’s first studio album.

You may see a video below of Trent Reznor with Nine Inch Nails with Marilyn Manson for the 1992 song “Gave Up,” filmed on 10050 Cielo Drive (the house has since been demolished). It is believed that Trent Reznor still has the front door to the infamous house.

Trent Reznor and Marilyn Manson did not have a perfectly harmonious work experience or friendship. Cracks began to develop and they publicly had many differences; However, Manson stayed with Reznor’s label until his death in 2004.

Well that abuse Allegations about Marilyn Manson (real name Brian Hugh Warner) have surfaced. A passage from Manson’s 1998 autobiography The Long Hard Road Out Of Hell is making social media circles and attracting interest and attention.

In fact, everything Manson wrote in his autobiography is being scrutinized as the culture of demolition has come for the Grammy nominated artist and they’re collecting receipts!

Manson spoke about a number of alleged situations which, if true, are criminal in nature. Even Corey Feldman was written about in the book, which asked the former child actor and sexual abuse activist to speak out publicly.

In the book, Marilyn Manson writes about an incident in which he and Trent Reznor allegedly molested an incoherent and drunk woman.

Here is the passage from his book.

I really don’t think anyone is ready for the extent to which this Marilyn Manson bill has to involve Trent Reznor pic.twitter.com/dkYDmtfLKG

– Jude Ellison S. Doyle (@sadydoyle) February 2, 2021

Trent’s supporters are already looking at previous interviews to show that Trent was angry with Marilyn Manson for the publication and the comments he made.

Here’s a previous interview where Trent Reznor made it clear that he and Manson were struggling before they reconciled and released a new video.

For those of you talking about canceling @trent_reznor also because of the nasty excerpt from Brian “MM” Warner’s book (which I might add, was written), Trent was struggling to get involved even then. It’s literally why he cut him out of his life back then. pic.twitter.com/va681VTcWJ

– S. August (@ TheGDbatman15) February 3, 2021

Trent released a statement to Pitchfork in which he denied the allegations and further distanced himself from Marilyn Manson.

He explained the following.

I have spoken over the years about my dislike of Manson as a person and broke up with him nearly 25 years ago. As I said at the time, the passage from Manson’s memoir is a complete invention. I was angry and offended when it came out and I have remained today.

Trent Reznor published a statement distancing himself from Marilyn Manson, calling a resurfaced story from Manson’s 1998 book “a complete invention.” Https://t.co/NdILKFqVh0

– Pitchfork (@pitchfork) February 3, 2021

What do you think of the abuse allegations made by Marilyn Manson and the passages in his book that claim he and Trent Reznor sexually assaulted a woman? Do you believe Trent Reznor’s statement that the passage was a complete invention?

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