- 28 Jun 21
Initially issued in 2019, the warrant was for a physical assault against a videographer.
Marilyn Manson will turn himself into the Los Angeles police department on an arrest warrant from 2019, that states he allegedly assaulted a videographer in New Hampshire.
The arrest warrant was originally issued in October of 2019, but information about its existence was brought to the attention of the public by the Gilford Police Department this past May.
It sees the shock rocker charged with two counts of Class A misdemeanour assault, which comes with a maximum jail sentence of one year and a maximum fine of $2,000.
When light was shed on the warrant, an attorney for Manson called the charges “ludicrous” in an email to The New York Times.
The disgraced musician is currently the defendant in several sexual assault lawsuits, brought by his former girlfriends and employees, including Evan Rachel Wood and Game of Thrones actress Esmé Bianco.