The fallout from Marilyn Manson’s abuse controversy continues with the announcement of his longtime manager dropping the former as client.

Tony Ciulla, Manson’s manager of 25 years, was confirmed by Rolling Stone magazine to have quit the singer following the allegations of abuse made by several women early this week, including actress Evan Rachel Wood.

Ciulla has been Manson’s manager since the shock rock artist released his second album “Antichrist Superstar” in 1996.

The album was a huge success for Marilyn Manson’s namesake band and propelled the group and its front man to rock icon status.

The manager has weathered several controversies and lawsuits with Manson.

But this week’s announcement was the proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back for Ciulla.

Wood, who has had a relationship with Manson between 2006 to 2010, posted in her Instagram early this week naming Brian Warner a.k.a Marilyn Manson as her abuser.

Manson has since been dropped by his music label Loma Vista and booking agent company CAA.

Starz Network also announced that yet-to-be-aired episodes of “American Gods” series with Marilyn Manson appearances have been cut and airing of his “Creepshow” TV series episode will no longer air according to an E! Online report.

Manson has issued a statement saying that allegations against him are “horrible distortions of reality.”

Source: Manila Bulletin (