Police In Canada Have Closed The Case On Marilyn Manson's Diner Bust-up In Alberta After The Singer Refused To Press Charges Against His Alleged Attacker.
The Rock Is Dead star reportedly became embroiled in a dispute with other patrons while enjoying a meal with his entourage at a Denny's restaurant in Lethbridge after a show in the city over the weekend (04-05Apr15).
Manson is said to have been punched in the face during the scuffle, and subsequent reports suggested he was planning to file a report with police and press charges against his alleged assailant.
However, a spokeswoman for the Lethbridge Regional Police Service has now confirmed to WENN that the victim decided against moving forward with the case.
The statement reads, "Investigation determined that three people sustained minor injuries as a result of a physical altercation. The victim declined to pursue criminal charges and as such none have been laid. The file is concluded."