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Marilyn Manson Has Completed His Community Service From His Concert Spitting Sentencing


Marilyn Manson (aka Brian Warner) has completed the court-ordered 20 hours of community service he was sentenced to back in September of last year. That sentence, which also included a $1,400 fine, was part of a plea deal Manson reached in relation to an ejection of his bodily fluids upon a concert videographer.

Back in August 18th of 2019, Manson was seen spitting on the camera of an individual who was filming the show to be broadcast on the screens onstage behind the shock rocker. That videographer was hired by the venue for the concert, and alleged that Manson also went on to eject the contents of his nose upon her.

Ultimately Manson pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor simple assault charge in the incident. According to Billboard, Manson has since completed his community service at the Windsor Club of Glendale in Glendale, CA. That non-profit organization provides a location for meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon recovery groups.

While Manson appears to have now completed the terms of his sentencing on the aforementioned incident, the videographer in question, Jennifer A. Clingo, revived her civil lawsuit against Manson over the incident this past November, with that case apparently still ongoing.

Manson of course also has several other legal matters to attend to. Numerous civil lawsuits were filed against him in the aftermath of the wave of allegations of sexual abuse and more which publicly surfaced against him amid the pandemic years. Manson himself has continued to publicly deny those allegations, with a number of the cases having been resolved thus far.

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