Randy Blythe Found Not Guilty of Manslaughter

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Randy Blythe, lead singer of the heavy metal band Lamb of God, was reportedly found not guilty of the manslaughter of a fan's death in a Czech court.

Randy Blythe Not Guilty

The 41-year-old and the rest of his band performed at a club in Prague in 2010 where the fan in question is said to have attempted to invade the stage.

After falling from it, the fan injured his head, fell into a coma and later died.

Blythe was arrested in December 2012 when he returned to the city for a scheduled gig, accused of having pushing the 19-year-old man from the stage.

He steadfastly maintained his innocence on all criminal charges.

The singer pleaded not guilty to manslaughter and this week, a Czech court is said to have agreed that he was not responsible for the death of the man.

We're glad he can put this ordeal behind him at last.

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