The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department on Monday executed a search warrant at Marilyn Manson's home in West Hollywood.
Manson is currently under investigation for sexual abuse and assault against multiple women. Some of the shock rocker's accusers claim Manson locked them in a soundproof room as punishment.
A sheriff's source confirmed the search to Rolling Stone, but would not say what, if anything, was taken as evidence.
At least five women came forward last February with accusations against Manson. One of the accusers is actress Evan Rachel Wood, who claimed Manson began "grooming" her as a teenager and then "horrifically abused" her for years.
Manson, whose real name is Brian Warner, has denied wrongdoing. He claims that the accusations are "horrible distortions of reality" and that his sexual relationships have always been "consensual with like-minded partners."
Two of Manson's famous exes, Dita Von Teese and Rose McGowan, have each denied that Manson ever abused them during their relationships. McGowan, however, added that her experience with the rocker has "no bearing on whether he was like that with others before or after."