Not to burst anyone’s hopeful little bubble here (it’s totally going to burst), but no, we’re not talking about the swamp-gurgling wreckage pile of sexual assault allegations 52-year-old Marilyn Manson is currently facing; a festering pile most recently and sadly added to by Game of Thrones actress Esmé Bianco, and that includes Evan Rachel Wood, among numerous other women who have come forward with their own stories of abuse.
Today’s gross installment of “Don’t mind me and my crusted cornstarch slurry of a face, distended ball situation of a neck, and lipstick applied by a trio of blind lemurs in mid-seizure after a treetop crack binge” involves the raging stream of stage spittle that allegedly landed on a videographer’s arm during Marilyn’s performance at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion in Gilford, NH on August 18, 2019.
New Hampshire police have had an arrest warrant out for Marilyn, and according to Page Six, he is finally set to turn himself in to police in Los Angeles after ignoring the NH department’s calls and not doing a damned thing to settle this congealed mess in over a year and a half. via Page Six:
Marilyn Manson is set to turn himself in to authorities in California on an arrest warrant for allegedly assaulting a videographer at a New Hampshire concert in 2019.
Under an agreement with Gilford police, Manson, whose real name is Brian Warner, will be able to surrender to authorities in Los Angeles, according to New Hampshire outlet WMUR 9.
The 52-year-old shock-rocker would then be arraigned in New Hampshire’s Laconia District Court later this summer, according to the local TV station.
Marilyn is facing two counts of misdemeanor simple assault for the alleged incident. A Class A misdemeanor in New Hampshire can result in a fine of $2000 or less, along with less than a year in jail. That seems fairly minor, considering the lingering trauma of Marilyn’s noxious body fluids oozing up from their skin-shielded crypts and force-hurling themselves onto innocent bystanders. Page Six again:
The Gilford Police Department posted about the case on Facebook in May, bringing attention to “The Beautiful People” singer’s open arrest warrant, which possibly spurred him to address the charges, Gilford Police Chief Anthony Bean Burpee told the outlet.
And call me cynical, but this may or may not be Marilyn’s way of putting up an appearance of accountability for his transgressions while continuing to deny the sexual assault allegations, in hopes of casting doubt on these far more gravity-having claims of abuse.
By turning himself in within the next few weeks, his initial court appearance can happen as quickly as mid-August.
In the meantime, and due to the mess surrounding the sexual assault allegations, he’s been dropped by his record label, talent agency, TV shows, and definitely by the cracked-out lipstick lemurs who finally sobered up and vowed never to get that close to his mutant anus mouth again.