Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe returned home to the States after spending five long weeks in a Czech Republic prison, but his legal battle is just getting started. With manslaughter charges still looming from a 2010 concert incident, Blythe will likely have to return to Prague to stand trial and as the battle rages on, Blythe’s legal bills continue to build.
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On Thursday, Aug. 2, Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe was released from a Czech prison after being incarcerated for five weeks on charges of manslaughter stemming from a 2010 incident. Blythe was accused of contributing to the death of a 19-year-old fan who was allegedly tossed from the stage at a Lamb of God concert.
Yesterday (Aug. 3) was a big day for Randy Blythe, who finally got to set foot on American soil late in the afternoon. The Lamb of God vocalist has spent the better part of the last month in a Czech Republic jail after being accused of having a role in the death of a fan at a show in Prague in 2010.
After being held in a Czech prison for more than a month, Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe was released on Thursday (Aug.2) and his first post-prison interview was captured by the Czech media outlet TN.cz. The reporter and his camera crew caught up with Blythe while he was waiting at the airport to fly home to the United States.