Marilyn Manson pictured in Berlin on belated honeymoon with wife Lindsay when cops raided his home amid sex assault case

MARILYN Manson was in Berlin on a belated honeymoon with wife
Lindsay Usich when cops raided his home early Monday morning amid a sex assault investigation, The Sun can exclusively reveal.

As reported, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department confirmed that Special Victims Unit detectives went to the star's property in the Hollywood area with a search warrant.


TMZ claimed cops forced entry into the residence and seized media storage units, including hard drives, which will be reviewed before the case is submitted to the Los Angeles County District Attorney.

The 52-year-old shock rocker was not home at the time of the raid and police told The Sun a full media statement would be released on Tuesday.

Now, a popular Manson fan account has shared three photographs, allegedly sent from Lindsay, 37, of the couple looking happy and relaxed while vacationing in Berlin this week.

One features them beaming in a rare selfie with Manson make-up free, another shows the singer standing against a wall of graffiti, while a third includes Lindsay posing in a public park.

The Instagram account @colonelkurtz99 wrote: "Marilyn Manson and his wife Lindsay are on a belated honeymoon in Berlin, and she dropped these photos in my DMs today with this message for their fans and supporters: 'Thank you all so much for the continued support and for not giving up on us or on the truth.'"

The same social media account shared exclusive images of Manson and Lindsay at Kanye West's Sunday Service earlier this month, showing them posing together dressed all in black.

The Sun has reached out to the couple for comment.

Manson and Lindsay, a photographer, painter and model, have been dating since 2012 and quietly tied the knot in 2020 during lockdown.

The owner of the account, who did not wish to share their real name, said the images were sent to her on Monday and defended Manson, telling The Sun: "Lindsay has been with him for many years now and knows he's not an abusive man. I trust her view of him over the inconsistent and incentivized claims of his accusers.

"As for why she shares photos with fans on my Instagram page – I'd imagine it's because we are one of the few places where one can find the other side of this story – the perspective that no-one else in the media is paying attention to."

The sheriff's department said in February that its detectives had begun investigating Manson – whose legal name is Brian Hugh Warner – over reports of domestic violence between 2009 and 2011 in West Hollywood, where he is believed to have lived in a different home.

Actresses Evan Rachel Wood and Esme Bianco are among those who have publicly come forward after alleged violent relationships with the star many years ago.

Back in February, Evan claimed her ex-fiancé "horrifically abused her for years" and said she was desperate to "expose this dangerous man."

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Game of Thrones star Esme, who is also suing Manson, previously claimed the rock star had tied her down and whipped her, electrocuted her and cut her with a knife.

He has vehemently denied the allegations and insisted all his romantic relationships have been "entirely consensual."

In a statement previously posted on Instagram, he said: "Obviously, my life and my art have long been magnets for controversy, but these recent claims about me are horrible distortions of reality.

"My intimate relationships have always been entirely consensual with like-minded partners. Regardless of how — and why — others are now choosing to misrepresent the past, that is the truth."

The Sun exclusively revealed earlier this month that the controversial hitmaker sold his most recent home in the Hollywood Hills for $1.835million – banking $750K on the sale.

The Beautiful People singer put the property on the market in October and he officially offloaded the house on November 16 for $85K more than the asking price of $1.75million.

The listing was held by Jon Grauman and Feroz Taj of The Agency.  

Manson will be glad to have made money on the sale of the property as his career has taken a hit amid the scandal.

He has been dropped by his label, Loma Vista Recordings, who released a statement, telling Variety: "Due to these concerning developments, we have also decided not to work with Marilyn Manson on any future projects."



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