According to People, the raid on Manson’s home recovered hard drives and other media storage devices that will be reviewed before some of the lawsuits waged against the singer. While over 15 women have come forward with allegations of physical and sexual abuse against Manson, three have filed lawsuits, with a fourth thrown out since it was past the statute of limitations. Any evidence recovered on these hard drives, or other things recovered from the home, could sway the outcomes of the trial if something particularly incriminating — or exonerating — is found.

The effect of the raid on Manson’s career is unclear, but so far the allegations have done little to affect the image of Manson, who has always courted controversy as part of his “shock rock” image. Less than a month before the raid, Manson appeared on stage alongside music superstars Kanye West and Justin Bieber as part of the Ye’s Sunday Service event (via People). While representatives for Bieber were quick to claim that the pop star had no knowledge of Manson’s attendance, it was the second time in two months that Manson and West had collaborated. For now, it seems the allegations are not preventing Manson from making collaborations with other artists, but should he be found guilty of the abuse that several women have claimed, it could be a long time before anyone has the singer on stage again.

If you or anyone you know has been a victim of sexual assault, help is available. Visit the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network website or contact RAINN’s National Helpline at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673).