ANN BOLEYN Manager Accused Of Soliciting Murder

54-year-old James Howard Paul, Jr., who had previously managed HELLION frontwoman and horror movie actress Ann Boleyn, was arraigned on August 27th in Van Nuys Superior Court for soliciting the murder of his wife. As a result, Boleyn has announced the termination of her business relationship with Paul effective August 15th.

"Right now Jim's focus is on his personal situation," commented Boleyn. "As an artist, I need a manager who can focus their energies on myself and the band. I do not know the details of the case, but I am hoping the truth will come out in court and wish Jim nothing but the best."

Ann Boleyn is directing business inquiries to her European associate Ole Bang (who manages KING DIAMOND and MERCYFUL FATE) while she is seeking new management in the U.S. Boleyn's band HELLION is set to release their new album entitled Will Not Go Quietly this winter. The album is currently being produced by Mikey Davis, whose credits include KORN, KISS and W.A.S.P.


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