The detectives had a search warrant signed off by a judge.
The singer was not home at the time and the detectives forced their way into the property. It appears the property is an apartment.
Earlier this month, Manson sold off his Hollywood Hills mansion for $1.83 million after originally asking for $1.75 million.
The home is not the place where Manson allegedly locking his alleged victims in a soundproof room and tortured them.
Rolling Stone published a bombshell report after speaking to several alleged victims. The outlet published the article after a nine-month investigation into Manson. Three women allowed the magazine to use their names including Manson's ex/Game of Thrones actress Esmé Bianco.
One former friend, who was friends with the singer in the '90s, told Rolling Stone the singer had filmed his sexual encounters and show to his friends. "Brian popped in a compilation tape of every girl he had ever taken into his closet for a blowjob," he said.
Manson was reportedly obsessed with Nazi memorabilia, often joked about rape and loved to use the N-word around friends.
One of the darkest allegations included a vocal booth in his apartment that Manson turned into "the Bad Girls' Room." Sources told the outlet Manson would force his ex-girlfriends to stay in a room similar to solitary confinement and would psychologically torture them for hours.
Manson, via his attorney, denies all allegations of assault. He accuses his former partners of “cynically and dishonestly seeking to monetize and exploit the #MeToo movement.”