Marilyn Manson Hospitalized Following Stage Prop Collapse During Show

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ROCKER Marilyn Manson was injured after two giant prop guns toppled on him on stage in NY. "He is being treated at a local hospital", a spokesperson for Marilyn Manson told Rolling Stone.

Manson was scheduled to play at the rave on October 11th.

After several minutes, the show was cancelled, and Manson was taken to a nearby hospital.

Because of Manson's injury, all of his shows from Monday, Oct. 2 through Saturday, Oct. 14, will be rescheduled for later, according to the Paramount. The severity of his injuries remains uncertain.

Manson kicked off his "Heaven Upside Down Tour" two days prior in Maryland.

Video captured on social media show him falling backward as the structure comes down.

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Manson had to be taken away on a stretcher.

Marilyn Manson is officially taking time off from his ongoing tour.

A fourth supporter, who was anxious, shared: "Stage props trying to kill Manson wtf?" At his Pittsburgh show last Friday night, Manson reportedly tumbled off the stage during his concert and then told the crowd he broke his ankle. Manson is seen in a video limping back and telling the crowd that he broke his ankle, although he appeared fully mobile a day later in NY. Heaven Upside Down is released October 6, with an insane video to stoke the fire. No immediate information was available on whether tour dates would be canceled following the incident.

Manson was three dates into a tour supporting his latest album, Heaven Upside Down, which is released on 6 October via Loma Vista/Caroline International records.

We send our best to Marilyn Manson as the musician continues his recovery. Manson hopes to return to the stage soon, more details on upcoming shows to follow'.

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