Marilyn Manson has apparently agreed to turn himself in to police on two outstanding warrants for misdemeanor simple assault involving an incident at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion.
Manson will turn himself in on the warrant in Los Angeles, Chief Anthony J. Bean Burpee told the Boston Globe in an e-mail. He will then go through the Los Angeles Police Department’s booking process before receiving his New Hampshire court date.
“What this all means for us is that … it has forced Mr. Warner to finally address his outstanding NH warrant, which will, in turn, allow the victim of the crime to have her say/day in Court in order to hopefully hold Mr. Warner accountable for his actions,” Burpee wrote.
Last month, the Gilford Police Department announced that they had an active arrest warrant for Manson in connection with the incident, which occurred in August 2019.
“The videographer had been subcontracted by a NH based company to video the concert, and had been located in the stage pit area when the alleged assaults occurred,” the statement read.
“The alleged assaults are not sexual in nature as has been asked by several other media outlets due to a number of other allegations made against Mr. Warner.”
Manson performed in Gilford, New Hampshire on August 19, 2019 as part of the co-headlining “Hell Never Dies” tour with Rob Zombie.
If convicted on the charges, Manson could face a jail sentence of up to one year and a fine of up to $2,000.