Marilyn Manson plans to press charges over Alberta Denny's attack
Marilyn Manson. (WENN)
Marilyn Manson wants police to charge man for attack at Denny's
Rocker Marilyn Manson and his make-up artist are planning to seek legal action against a man who attacked them in a Alberta diner over the weekend.
The goth star’s manager insists Manson and members of his entourage were enjoying a quiet late night meal in a Lethbridge Denny’s restaurant when he was approached by two female fans, who asked for a photograph with him.
He obliged and then found himself the target of a man, who hit him in the face.
Manson’s security guard grabbed the guy, who then began screaming about blowing up the rocker’s next concert, according to TMZ.com.
Manson’s manager claims the attacker elbowed his make-up artist in the face.
Both are planning to press charges.
Earlier reports suggest the brawl was sparked by Manson calling the man’s girlfriend a “b----”. The manager insists the rocker never uttered the word.