Marilyn Manson was released on bail after the rocker turned himself in with Los Angeles authorities in connection to his assault charges in New Hampshire. 

An arrest warrant has been issued for the rocker in May in Gilford, New Hampshire in relation to an alleged spitting incident in 2019, E Online reported. Marilyn Manson spent time in a police jail after he turned himself in to the police last week.

Gilford Police Chief Tony Bean Burpee on Thursday, July 8, said that Manson, whose real name is Brian Hugh Warner, was released under the conditions that the rocker should not commit a federal, state, or local crime, USA Today reported.

Burpee further noted that Manson was released on personal recognizance bail.

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Marilyn Manson Turns Himself In to Los Angeles Authorities

Marilyn Manson was reported to turn himself in on Friday, July 2, to Los Angeles officials. According to Page Six, the rocker surrendered to the Hollywood Police Station over his assault charges on New Hampshire.

"As an agency, we are pleased with Mr. Warner's decision to finally address the arrest warrant that has been outstanding since 2019," Burpee said in a statement.

Under the deal reached by New Hampshire and Gilford police Department, Page Six reported that Marilyn Manson would travel to New England in August to be arraigned on two misdemeanor charges that stemmed out from his 2019 concert at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion in Gilford.

If convicted, Manson could face a possible maximum sentence of one year imprisonment as well as a fine of up to $2,000. 

The bail and condition given to Marilyn Manson stemmed from an arrest warrant issued by New Hampshire made public by the Gilford Police on social media. 

Gilford Police noted that during the rocker's 2019 concert in New Hampshire, he spitted on a camerawoman. Manson also allegedly bent down and shot his snot all over the female videographer.

Marilyn Manson's attorney hit back at allegations and defended the rocker for what happened.

"It is no secret to anyone who has attended a Marilyn Manson concert that he likes to be provocative on stage, especially in front of a camera," said the lawyer, who E Online did not identify. 

The lawyer also labeled the incident in New Hampshire as "ludicrous," adding that they would still cooperate with the authorities.

Marilyn Manson and Other Legal Charges

Marilyn Manson was released on bail while he faced a straw of sexual allegations from his former partners. Earlier in July, Ashley Morgan Smithline sued the singer over rape and unlawful imprisonment.

Smithline filed the lawsuit after she detailed in an interview with People her experiences with the rocker. 

The lawsuit against Manson filed by Smithline included sexual assault, sexual battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, human trafficking, and unlawful imprisonment.

Smithline is now among the roster of women who filed a lawsuit against Marilyn Manson over sexual abuse and misconduct, such as actress Esmé Bianco and the singer's former assistant Ashley Walters. 

Smithline was represented by Jay Ellwanger, the lawyer who also represents Walters and Bianco in their cases.

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