Marilyn Manson Surrenders On Two Misdemeanor Counts While In New Hampshire

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CONCORD, N.H. (WBZ NewsRadio) -- Musician Marilyn Manson has surrendered for his charges from an alleged incident at one of his concerts in 2019.

Manson, whose real name is Brian Hugh Warner, surrendered from Los Angeles.

The rock singer allegedly spat on a videographer during one of his 'Hell Never Dies' concert at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion.

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Manson was charged with two counts of misdemeanor simple assault stemming from the incident, according to the Gilford Police Department.

In the state of New Hampshire, a Class A misdemeanor can result in a sentence of less than one year of jail alone with a fine of $2,000 or less.

Manson turned himself in on July 2 in Hollywood and was processed on the warrant before being released.

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