Rahav Sevev for NY Times
Randy Blythe, lead singer from Lamb of God, has been charged for an accident turned tragedy when a rowdy fan during a Prague performance was pushed from the stage and wound up dying as a result of his fall. Facing up to 10 years imprisonment, Blythe intends to “fight vigorously” to clear his name.
The lead singer of the metal band Lamb of God has been formally charged with causing the death of a fan in the Czech Republic, the BBC reported.
The singer, Randy Blythe, is accused of pushing a fan who rushed the stage during a 2010 show; the man hit his head when he fell and died two weeks later.
In June, Mr. Blythe, 41, was arrested as the band arrived in Prague for a concert. He was held in jail for five weeks before being released on bail.
Read More on artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com