Marilyn Mansonis no longer a refugee from New Hampshire law ̵
1; he surrendered to an alleged concert-spitting incident in 2019, was booked and was released.
As we told you … the rocker faced 2 counts of misdemeanor simple assault for an alleged driveway with a videographer on a show at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion in August 2019.
Authorities first issued the arrest warrant in October 2019, but back in May said he had been avoids them. His legal team disputed that, claiming Manson had been in contact with police since the ruling was issued.
No matter what Gilford PD tells NH TMZ … Manson turned himself in to law enforcement in LA last Friday for the alleged concert acts and was released on bail for personal recognition.
He has now been released on the condition that he does not commit any crimes while being released, has no contact with the alleged victim and will appear during all his court hearings.
As we told you … video from the concert shows Manson sticking his face right into the camera lens and unloading a large piece of saliva. Gilford PD told us that the alleged victim “was not injured,” but Manson was charged because the spit constitutes “unprivileged physical contact.”
Of course, this is far from the musician’s only legal problem right now. He has also been sued by 4 women for sexual assault in the last few months.