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Controversial Rocker Marilyn Manson turns himself into police for 2019 incident

Marilyn Manson
Musician Marilyn Manson arrives at the premiere for the second season of HBO’s “Eastbound and Down” in Los Angeles, Thursday, Sept. 16, 2010. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)

Charges stem from a 2019 assault allegation.

Marilyn Manson turned himself in to the LAPD last week, in relation to a 2019 arrest warrant from the Gilford, New Hampshire Police Department.

Manson, whose real name is Brian Hugh Warner, was released on personal recognizance bail on conditions that he did not talk to alleged victim, NBC reported.

Manson is set to appear in court in Laconia, New Hampshire, no date at this time.

More than 300,000 Facebook comments and shares convinced him to address the outstanding warrants.

The musician agreed to surrender to Los Angeles police last month.

Manson is accused of sexual assault by several women, including Evan Rachel Woods who claimed that Manson, whom she began dating in 2007 and got engaged to in 2010, groomed and abused her during their courtship, which began when she was 19 and he was 38.

Manson denied allegations of abuse from Wood and several other women.

Earlier this year, the singer’s former assistant Ashley Waters sued him for sexual assault, battery and harassment.

Walter claimed Manson “used his position of power and connections to exploit and victimize her during her employment,” according to court documents obtained by Entertainment Tonight.