Marilyn Manson wants to turn himself in to police over assault charges

Singer Marilyn Manson has agreed to surrender to the Los Angeles Police Department over an October 2019 New Hampshire arrest warrant, Guilford, N.H., police told the Los Angeles Times on Friday.

The charges stem from an incident at the New Hampshire Bank Pavilion in 2019, where Manson spoke. Local police say he is likely to appear in court in August.

Earlier, it was reported that police in New Hampshire had issued a warrant for Manson’s arrest in an assault case against a videographer. It was explained that the charges against him did not involve sexual misconduct.

Manson is scheduled to appear before the LAPD, but it is unclear exactly when that will be, Guilford Police Chief Anthony Bean Burpee said.

The rock singer faces up to one year in prison or a fine of up to $2,000.