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CALGARY – Shock rocker Marilyn Manson was allegedly involved in a fight at a Denny’s restaurant in southern Alberta over the weekend.
Manson was in Lethbridge on Saturday, April 4th to perform at the Enmax Centre as part of his Hell Not Hallelujah Tour.
After the show concluded, social media sites like Twitter became flooded with allegations Manson was involved in a fight while visiting a Denny’s location.
According to American celebrity news website TMZ, Manson got into an argument with a group at another table. They claim the argument turned violent after Manson called one of the other patrons a derogatory term.
The Lethbridge Regional Police Service confirms they were called to the Denny’s located in the 400 block of Mayor Magrath Drive South around 2:45 a.m. on Saturday for reports of a physical altercation.
Investigators say three people were involved in the incident, which resulted in minor injuries.
No charges were laid.
Officers won’t confirm whether Manson, whose real name is Brian Warner, was involved in the fight.
Global News has reached out to Manson’s reps for comment.
A representative for the Lethbridge Denny’s declined to comment, however, the chain did tweet this cheeky comment: