Marilyn Manson Punched In The Face At A Denny’s
Marilyn Manson claims he was attacked while stopping at a Denny’s in Canada on Saturday night.
Marilyn Manson Punched At A Denny’s
Reports surfaced Tuesday that Manson had been involved in an altercation at a Denny’s. The original report alleged that Manson arrived at a Denny’s in Alberta, Canada, after a concert at around 2 a.m. The singer was accused of getting in an argument with a party at another table, allegedly calling one of the women a “b—h.” The woman’s boyfriend then punched Manson in the face.
Soon after the report surfaced, Manson’s manager confirmed that the musician was involved in an altercation at the Denny’s, but insisted that Manson did nothing to instigate the fight. Manson’s manager claimed that two women at the Denny’s asked Manson for a photo, and he complied, never calling a woman a “b—h.” Manson’s camp insisted that a man suddenly approached and hit him in the face, and was screaming about blowing up Manson’s next show as security held him back.
Manson told TMZ that he and his makeup artist, who he claimed was elbowed in the face, are heading back to Alberta to press charges.