Sharon Osbourne has spoken about her time working with Marilyn Manson as his music manager, following abuse allegations made against him. The TV personality, 68, made an appearance on Friday’s edition of The Talk, claiming she knew ‘nothing about the way he treats women’ and hit out at internet trolls who have ‘called her names’ over the time she worked with him. Manson has been rocked this week by accusations from at least 11 women, including actor Evan Rachel Wood who said he groomed and ‘horrifically abused’ her for years. Speaking out: Sharon Osbourne reflected on her ‘working relationship’ with Marilyn Manson amid abuse allegations during an appearance on The Talk on Friday The rock star was set to join her husband Ozzy during his 2020 North American tour, and reflecting on their working relationship, Sharon said: ‘I’ve known Marilyn Manson for 25 years. ‘[I’ve] worked with him for many, many years and obviously I would not know what goes on in his bedroom, neither do I want to, but as far as people who think going on all my social, calling me names and putting up pictures of Marilyn and I. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Singer Phoebe Bridgers says… Read full this story
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