Marilyn Manson band member found dead

Gidget Gein was 39

Marilyn Manson band member found dead
Marilyn Manson's former bandmate Gidget Gein has been found dead, according to reports.

The bass player, whose real name was Brad Stewart, played in Manson's band from 1989 until 1993, when he was fired and replaced by Twiggy Ramirez.

He went on to make music with the band Gidget Gein and the Dali Gaggers, and later as Gollywood.

Stewart was found dead at his home in Burbank, Los Angeles on Thursday (October 9) after a suspected drug overdose. He was 39.

However, Los Angeles County Coroners Office have said they will not issue any further information until the musician's family have been informed of the situation.

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