Lamb Of God‘s Randy Blythe has managed to make bail in Prague, CZE. Blythe has been in police custody since last Wednesday, July 27th. He was detained on arrival to the Czech Republic last week on suspicion of manslaughter in regards to the death of a 19 year old stagediving fan at a 2010 concert in Prague.
According to Blesk.cz, Blythe paid $200,000 U.S. to make bail this morning, July 03rd. Due to certain legalities, including holidays and a pending court decision on whether or not to approve of his bail, he may remain in custody for up to another 20 days.
Meanwhile, according to the aforementioned article, the family of the deceased—who was identified as 19 year old Daniel N.—have apparently been expressing their concerns that Blythe may flee the country and never return if released. The family members involved appear to have expressed disgust that Blythe may be released on bail and are seeking “justice”.
Furthermore, additional footage of the alleged three interactions the deceased concertgoer had on the stage at the concert can be seen below. According to Lamb Of God‘s Twitter, it would appear that the third fall of the fan in the below video clip is the incident in question.