After spending five weeks in prison last year then returning to Prague for a multi-day trial, Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe was found not guilty of manslaughter in a Czech courtroom this morning. “I am a free man,” he announced.
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Stepping just feet inside the prison walls, we were greeted by a gentlemen that would set the tone for the whole evening… The Warden. Who welcomed us… to hell.
To assist with the Lamb Of God’s mounting legal bills, Randy Blythe’s friends Slash, Megadeth, Machine Head and others will auction metal memorabilia to raise money for his defense fund.
“I don’t think the Czech police have a grasp on what a heavy metal show is like. There’s a lot of really questionable evidence about this young man’s injury. Regardless, I was charged with manslaughter.”
Ronnie Radke was charged with a misdemeanor count of corporal injury to his girlfriend and misdemeanor false imprisonment.
After his release from a Czech prison, Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe says that despite being 100% innocent of contributing to the death of a fan, he will not hide in the U.S.
Blythe and Lamb of God can next be seen performing at both of the Knotfest shows with Slipknot, the Deftones, Serj Tankian and more later this month.
As previously reported, Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe was arrested and posted bail yet is still being held for allegedly contributing to the death of a teen during a concert in Prague two years […]
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