According to court documents obtained by TMZ.com, Marilyn Manson asked the courts to block any future claim by his soon-to-be ex-wife Dita Von Teese for spousal support. Marilyn also wants her to pay for her own lawyers.The former lovers aren't seeing eye-to-eye on the date of their breakup either. Manson claims they split on Halloween, while Von Teese claims they broke up two months later on Christmas Eve. They are both blaming the split on "irreconcilable differences." Check out the four-page document at this location (PDF file). Manson and Von Teese had a star-studded wedding ceremony in Ireland in December of 2005. Keanu Reeves, Lisa Maria Presley and Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne were among the guests. The couple has no children. As previously reported, Manson has set "Eat Me, Drink Me" as the title of his new solo album, according to a posting on his official web site. The shock-rocker is currently putting the finishing touches on the CD, which is tentatively due this spring. A world tour will follow. In an October 2005 interview with MTV.com, Manson described the music that he was working on for the follow-up to 2003's "The Golden Age of Grotesque" as the "most guitar-driven" and "most original that I've heard created. This record has a very unpleasant attitude toward itself, and I expect it to be — without sounding like someone who says this every time they make a record — something above and beyond and different — sonically, emotionally — than anything I've done."
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