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“But it happened again, and again, and often.”During a break from touring with Nine Inch Nails, whom White also played with, the bassist allegedly visited Addams at their friend’s apartment.“He forced me on to the floor with his hand around my neck,” she wrote. “The pressure and guilt of the inevitable repercussions of my rape story affecting my band’s livelihood, happiness and success kept me silent for years.”White has not addressed the accusations but also issued a statement announcing he would not be on Manson’s tour. “I will be taking a leave of absence from Marilyn Manson and regrettably will not be performing on the upcoming tour.”" data-reactid="31"“I wish to spend this time with my family and focus on maintaining my several years of sobriety,” he said, according to Blabbermouth.
I am offering you the advice of a young, at times disheartened yet resilient musician in his early twenties, who has been in enough bands to know better. Just because it was your idea to start up the band, or just because you were the founding member, doesn't mean you own the shebang.
The following statements sound very preachy-meachy and they have been written in such fashion to make a lasting impression, and perhaps to make me look a little tough. But really, I'm just trying to share my humble, sincere opinion on why several of my bands didn't work out. It should now become the property of the band as a whole and its respective members;\n\n2.
Give every member an equal say when making decisions;\n\n3.