MARILYN MANSON Sentenced For A Fine And Community Service Over 2019 Spitting Incident

Marilyn Manson In Court

Marilyn Manson, the infamous rock musician, has been sentenced in court over a spitting incident that took place during a 2019 concert.

The incident involved Manson spitting and blowing his nose on a videographer, which led to him facing misdemeanor simple assault charges. Manson pleaded no contest to these charges and as a result, he has been sentenced to 20 hours of community service and a fine of $1,200.

Manson, whose real name is Brian Warner, was present in the courtroom during the hearing, despite expressing a desire to appear via video. The court’s decision aims to deter Manson and others from similar actions in the future, with a victim-impact statement expressing the hope that Manson learns from this incident.

However, Manson continues to face other legal issues, including allegations of sexual assault.

After being accused of sexual assault by at least 15 women, Marilyn lost his record label, Loma Vista Recordings, and his talent agency CAA last year. He has denied all the allegations, which he called “horrible distortions of reality.”