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Topic - Randy Blythe
A court acquitted on Tuesday the frontman of a U.S. heavy metal band of causing a teenage fan's death at a concert in the Czech Republic.
The manager of a Virginia-based heavy metal band says its lead singer will vigorously defend himself against a charge that he caused a fan's death at a concert in the Czech Republic.
An official says the frontman of U.S. death metal band Lamb of God has been released on bail from a Prague prison, several weeks after his arrest in connection with a fan's death in 2010.
The frontman of the U.S. heavy metal band Lamb of God has been released from a Czech prison on $400,000 bail as police investigate him for allegedly pushing a fan off a stage who later died of his injuries, an official said Friday.
Police say the frontman of U.S. death metal band Lamb of God has been arrested in the Czech capital in connection with the death of a fan in 2010.
Blythe, who had pleaded not guilty, acknowledged he pushed the teenager because the band doesn't tolerate any fans on the stage but said he was not aware of any injuries.
Blythe said Tuesday that the victim _ who cannot be named in line with Czech privacy laws while the case still is handled by courts _ was a fan of his band and he felt sorry for the loss of life.