Marilyn Manson has pleaded not guilty to two assault charges, Billboard reports. The warrant was originally issued by the Gilford Police Department in New Hampshire in October 2019, but it was not released to the public until May of this year. The charges are related to an alleged incident at Manson’s concert on August 18, 2019 at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion. After Manson surrendered to police in July and was subsequently released, the musician’s attorney filed the lawsuit and waived the charges in Laconia District Court.

In the incident, Manson is said to have spat on a videographer during a concert. Manson faces a potential jail sentence (one year maximum) and a maximum fine of $ 2,000. Following the release of the warrant in May, a Manson attorney called the charges “ridiculous” in an email to the New York Times.

Manson, who recently appeared at Kanye West’s third Donda event at Soldier Field in Chicago, has also faced four lawsuits from different women of alleged sexual assault.

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