The circumstances behind Phil Rudd's threatening to kill charge have been revealed.
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd returned to court and entered guilty pleas to drug possession and threatening to kill charges.
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd’s judge-alone trial is set to start in mere hours.
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd is headed to court for a judge-alone trial beginning April 21 on charges of threatening to kill and drug possession.
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd's court appearance has now been delayed until April after his lawyer Paul Mabey withdrew from the case.
Though currently facing charges of "threatening to kill" along with meth and marijuana possession, Rudd claims that he will be returning to AC/DC.
The unidentified man explains that Rudd offered him $250,000 Australian ($192,000 U.S.) and the pick of one his luxury cars to be his bodyguard.
According to a new report, Rudd threatened to kill a contractor and his daughter during a phone conversation.
After it was reported that AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd was involved in a Dec. 4 confrontation, more details are emerging about what happened.
AC/DC's Phil Rudd has had another brush with the law and police took him into custody following a shopping center confrontation.