The misdemeanor charges can each result in a jail sentence of less than a year and a $2,000 fine if convicted.
- 03 Sep 21
The disgraced shock rocker is accused of spitting and shooting snot onto a videographer at a New Hampshire concert two years ago.
Marilyn Manson has entered a plea of 'not guilty' to the misdemeanour assault charge he faces after being accused of spitting on a videographer at a concert in 2019.
Manson surrendered himself to the Los Angeles police department in July, over two counts of Class A misdemeanour simple assault.
A warrant had been issued for his arrest in October 2019, following allegations he spat at and shot snot onto a videographer, Susan Fountain, during a performance in Gilford, New Hampshire.
According to the allegations, Manson approached Fountain, who was working for Metronome Media at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion, during a performance, put his face close to her camera and spit a "big lougee" at her, hitting both her hands with saliva.
Manson allegedly returned a second time, covering one side of his nostril and blowing in Fountain’s direction. Fountain put down her camera and went to the restroom to wash Manson’s bodily fluids from her hands and arms.
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- 30 Sep 22