Lamb of God singer released from Czech jail
The frontman of American heavy metal act Lamb of God has been released from a prison in Prague on US $400,000 bail, The Guardian reports.
Randy Blythe, 41, was arrested in the Czech Republic on June 27 and charged with bodily harm causing death. According to his lawyer, police believe that Blythe pushed a fan off the stage during a concert at Prague's Abaton Club in 2010. The fan landed on his head and later died of the injuries.
"We don't know yet if [the death] was caused by our client or in a different way," his Czech lawyer Martin Radvan said. "The police investigation is unlikely to be completed until winter."
Blythe was not aware of the death and was surprised when police arrested him in June when he arrived in the country to play another gig.
Upon his release Blythe returned to the United States, Radvan confirmed.
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