A white supremacist who was one of the participants at the violent rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, and featured in a documentary on alt-right hate groups by Vice surrendered to the police Wednesday, said reports.

According to Virginia police, Christopher Cantwell was wanted on three felony charges: one count of malicious bodily injury with a “caustic substance” or fire and two counts of unlawful use of tear gas or other gases.

Cantwell from Keene, New Hampshire, was one of the featured attendees listed in online fliers promoting Charlottesville's "Unite the Right" rally, and was even scheduled to speak at the event. The gathering of white supremacists led to clashes with counterprotesters and the death Heather Heyer, a 32-year-old paralegal

Cantwell was dubbed an “alt-right star” when he was prominently featured in the viral Vice documentary  on hate groups.

In the segment on Charlottesville, Cantwell was seen demanding an “ethno-state” and even justifying the death of Heyer.

“I think that a lot more people are going to die before we’re done here,” he said, adding: “I’m carrying a pistol, I go to the gym all the time - I’m trying to make myself more capable of violence.”

Cantwell also denounced Jews in the interview, voicing his disgust that Donald Trump “let a Jew steal his daughter,” referring to Ivanka Trump who is married to Jared Kushner.

However, in a Facebook video posted a few days after the Vice documentary was released, he was seen fighting back tears and saying: “I want to be peaceful, I want to be law-abiding.”

The video came after arrest warrants were issued against him on Aug. 17; it has since been taken down from the site as they were in violations on the company’s polices on hate speech and organizations, reported Huffington Post.

He  was also banned from dating site OkCupid "for life." Cantwell was dubbed the "sobbing white supremacist" after the video.

He also stated that his Facebook, Instagram and PayPal accounts were deactivated. “I’m terrified. I think you’re going to kill me,” he was heard saying. “I don’t know what to do. I need guidance.”

In an email interview with NBC News on Aug. 22, Cantwell said he would turn himself in “without undue delay" and acknowledged that he had used pepper spray against a counter protestor during the Aug. 11-12 weekend protests.

However, he claimed that he was defending himself, and said he had only done it “because my only other option was knocking out his teeth.”

The Boston Globe reported that Cantwell relocated to New Hampshire from New York in 2012 as part of the “free state” movement, which aimed at drawing libertarians to New Hampshire. He is  listed by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a self-proclaimed fascist who believed that “a race war is all but inevitable” and wanted to “normalize racism.”

Aftre he turned himself in to Lynchburg police Wednesday afternoon, Cantwell was being held in the Blue Ridge Regional Jail in Lynchburg pending transport to Charlottesville, reported Daily Progress.