Rocker Marilyn Manson was accused of spitting at a cameraman. This was reported by Page Six.
A court in New Hampshire ordered the musician to pay a $1.4 thousand fine and perform 20 hours of community service. The court called the 54-year-old musician’s actions “horrible” but allowed him to perform in California. The musician must work every hour until February 4, 2024.
During his concert in New Hampshire in 2019, Manson deliberately approached the cameraman, put his face close to the camera, and spat at a woman. After that, he approached Fountain again and blew his nose into her hands, the publication reported. Manson first decided to appeal his guilt in 2021, when his lawyer said Fountain should have been prepared for accidental contact with various secretions, such as saliva or snot, when she went to a concert. However, if the court had found the musician guilty, he would have faced up to 1 year in prison and a fine of $2,000.
“It is well known that the defendant’s performance over the past two decades has included shocking and provocative behavior similar to that in this case. Barker said the operator was willing to subject himself to potential exposure to sweat, saliva and phlegm in a confined space.
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