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Police conduct welfare check at Marilyn Manson's home

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Police were called to the home of embattled rocker Marilyn Manson on Wednesday night.

The Los Angeles Police Department tells ABC News that they conducted a welfare check around 6 p.m. PT, but declined providing further information on the nature of the call.  LAPD added there was no evidence of a crime.

LAPD said there was a party at the “Sweet Dreams” singer’s property and that the scene was cleared.

Manson stands accused by multiple women of abuse after actress Evan Rachel Wood publicly named him as her abuser.   She claimed on Monday that the rocker “horrifically abused” her for years.

In the days since, several women who were also romantically linked to the 52-year-old levied serious accusations against him.  

While Manson has denied the claims, calling them “horrible distortions of reality,” the fallout was swift.

Loma Vista, Manson’s record label, has severed ties with the rocker and his upcoming appearances on Creepshow and American Gods have been pulled from broadcast.

For anyone affected by abuse and needing support, call 1-800-799-7233, or if you’re unable to speak safely, you can log onto thehotline.org or text LOVEIS to 1-866-331-9474.

By Megan Stone
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