Paul Gray's widow, Brenna, filed an additional lawsuit, but it has been dismissed due to a statute of limitations.
A verdict has been reached in the involuntary manslaughter case involving Daniel Baldi, who was accused of recklessly prescribing medications to late Slipknot bassist Paul Gray and six other patients. After two counts of involuntary manslaughter were thrown out by the judge midway through the trial, Baldi has been acquitted of the remaining seven counts following a two-day deliberation by the jury.
The involuntary manslaughter trial involving the doctor who treated Slipknot bassist Paul Gray in the days before his 2010 death is now under way at the Polk Country District Court in Iowa, and the big story to come out of yesterday's courtroom proceedings was the revealing testimony by Gray's widow Brenna.
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Yesterday (Sept. 5), news broke that Iowa physician Daniel Baldi was charged with eight counts of involuntary manslaughter, with one of those counts related to the 2010 death of Slipknot bassist Paul Gray. Baldi has been accused of prescribing harmfully excessive amounts of pain medication to his patients. In reaction to the news, Slipknot have released an official statement about the new development.
Two years after the tragic passing of Slipknot bassist Paul Gray, a major development related to his death has surfaced in the case of a Des Moines, Iowa, doctor charged today (Sept. 5) for involuntary manslaughter. Physician Daniel Baldi was busted for over-prescribing narcotic painkillers to his patients, with one of the eight victims being revealed as Paul Gray.