Marilyn Manson injured during concert in NY

Jon Howard
October 4, 2017

Marilyn Manson was hospitalized Saturday after being injured during a concert in NY, by the fall of a piece of scenery on the stage.

Manson, 48, whose real name is Brian Hugh Warner, was treated for his injury at a local hospital and will be recuperating at his home in Los Angeles, according to the Paramount.

According to Loudwire Manson reportedly plunged off the stage during his gig at Friday night show in Pittsburgh, he told the masses he broke his talus before calling his tour manager a "fascist". "The shows from Boston, Oct. 2 through Houston, Oct. 14 will be rescheduled for a later date".

An announcement was made that the concert had been cancelled "due to injury". Fan-shot videos from the concert shows Manson grappling the prop before it comes crashing down to the stage. While performing his infamous cover of Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)", Manson made the seemingly ill-advised decision to treat the set like a jungle gym, leading to the accident.

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A spokesman told Rolling Stone magazine: "Manson suffered an injury towards the end of his incredible NYC show".

Variety reports the prop either fell on Manson or caused him to fall. The tour will pick up in Grand Prairie, Texas on October 15.

Fan footage captured crew members trying to pull Manson from underneath the structure before he was eventually carried from stage via a stretcher. He wasn't moving and the venue workers were desperately asking for ice after Manson was taken backstage.

Tyler Bates, his bandmate and producer, said in an Instagram post on Sunday that 'Manson will be back in action soon'. Ghoulish Manson, who does a number of concerts leading up to Halloween, has a new album coming out this month.

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