Lamb Of God’s Randy Blythe To Pay Increased Bail, Could Be Released Shortly
The imprisonment of Lamb Of God frontman Randy Blythe in Prague, CZE on suspicions of manslaughter could come to an end as early as tomorrow, July 20th. Novinky.cz are reporting that Blythe has agreed to pay an additional $200,000 (US) bail on top of the $200,000 (US) he has already paid to be released.
That original bail amount was denied as a result of complaint against his release being filed by the prosecution. The amount was since doubled to appease the prosecution. Once the money and court order are processed and accepted the court will approve his release.
This is of course barring that the prosecution file another complaint against his release, causing the the whole ordeal to once again go back to deliberation.
Blythe has been in custody for nearly a month now in relation to the fatal injuries suffered by a fan who attended a 2010 show the band played in Prague, CZE. The fan, who later died of his injuries, had a handful of interactions on stage, including one which wasn’t captured on tape.