Marilyn Manson Teases New Music After Signing With New Record Label Since Sexual Abuse Accusations
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Aside from being kicked out by his previous label, Marilyn was dropped by his agency, CAA, and longtime manager Tony Cilla, after several other women accused him of sexual abuse in 2021.

AceShowbiz - Marilyn Manson is ready for a new start. More than three years after he was dropped by his previous record label, Loma Vista Recordings amid sexual abuse allegations, the rocker signed a record deal with indie metal label Nuclear Blast.

In a statement to Billboard, the label said it is "heralding a new phase in the career of this iconic metal artist." The label, however, refused to provide more details on the nature of the deal.

Marilyn himself seemingly has something up his sleeve. On Wednesday, May 15, Nuclear Bast posted a video of the musician on Instagram that appeared to tease new music.

Aside from being kicked out by his previous label, Marilyn was dropped by his agency, CAA, and longtime manager Tony Cilla. It arrived after his former girlfriend Evan Rachel Wood and several other women accused him of sexual abuse.

In February 2021, Evan claimed Marilyn "horrifically abused her for years" while "Game of Thrones" star Esme Bianco accused him of sexual assault and sexual battery. Another woman, who went by Jane Doe, claimed he sexually assaulted her and deprived her of food and sleep in 2011.

Marilyn denied all the allegations made against him and he has described them as "horrible distortions of reality." He also claimed that his ex-partners "are now choosing to misrepresent the past, that is the truth.

His former assistant Ashley Walters also sued him for alleged sexual assault, battery, and harassment in 2021. However, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael L. Stern dismissed the case based on there being "too few facts to keep this case in court."

The judge also said it was brought "too late" to meet the statute of limitations rules. In December 2023 at a tribunal California's Second Appellate District, a judge agreed that the case should be submitted for trial.

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