The New Hampshire Police Department said it has issued an arrest warrant for the rock artist Marilyn Manson.
The Gilford Police Department stated in a Facebook post on Tuesday night that it had issued a valid arrest warrant for Manson’s legal name, Brian Hugh Warner. The department said that Manson has been accused of simple assaults caused by the incident in 2019.
According to the department, the alleged assault occurred at the Manson concert at the National Bank of New Hampshire on August 18, 2019. The plaintiff was a photographer and was hired to shoot the concert. The photographer said that they were attacked while working in the pit area of the stage.
Warner, his agent, and his legal counsel have been aware of the arrest warrant for some time and made no effort to return to New Hampshire to answer the pending allegations. For reporters, Manson’s lawyer called this statement “ridiculous” and stated that Manson is committed to cooperating with the authorities. The department stated that simple battery charging is a “Class A misdemeanor.” The department said that if convicted, Manson will face up to one year in prison and a fine of 2,000 US dollars or less.
The allegation is the latest controversy by Manson, who was accused of abusing his power by two ex-girlfriends earlier this year. In February, former fiancé and actress Evan Rachel Wood claimed that Manson “has abused me for years” and “brainwashed me to give in.”
Under Wood’s accusations, Manson was removed from the record company Loma Vista Records. Later that month, actress Esme Bianco also accused Manson of being abused in a relationship in the 2000s.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said in February that it was investigating Manson because of domestic violence between 2009 and 2011. The Guildford Police Department said Tuesday that the charges against Manson were not sexual in nature.
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