Marilyn Manson turned himself into authorities for an alleged spitting incident that occurred during a 2019 concert in New Hampshire. He has already been released.
The shock rocker had technically been a wanted man for more than a year and a half.
According to the allegation, Marilyn was performing at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion in August 2019 when video shows him getting close to a camera lens and spitting, and some saliva allegedly hit the camera operator. Although the camera operator was not injured, spitting constitutes "unprivileged physical contact." Marilyn was charged with two counts of misdemeanor simple assault, and an arrest warrant was issued in October 2019.
Back in May, police in New Hampshire said the singer and his team all knew about the warrant but had been dodging it. Police told TMZ at the time that "no effort has been made by him to return to New Hampshire to answer the pending charges." His team, though, argued that they had been in contact with cops about the warrant.
On July 8, TMZ said the "Beautiful People" rocker quietly turned himself in to law enforcement in Los Angeles. He was then booked and released on personal recognizance bail. As part of his bail agreement, Marilyn promised to attend all his court hearings and have no contact with the victim. He is also prohibited from committing any crimes.
This is seemingly the least of Marilyn's legal concerns, as he's recently been sued by four women for sexual assault. He's denied any wrongdoing and has not been charged criminally.