Former Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren plans to withdraw his candidacy from the London mayoral race, Reuters reported. The onetime clothing and fetish shop proprietor and self-proclaimed punk-rock impresario whose platform included the legalization of brothels, cannabis, and alcohol service inside public libraries is expected to support left-wing independent candidate Ken Livingstone. McLaren lost the rights to the Sex Pistols' music in 1986, after a legal battle with singer John Lydon (a.k.a. Johnny Rotten). A new documentary, "The Filth and the Fury," tells the iconic British punk group's story from the band's point of view.