Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe has been cleared once more of causing a fan's death. According to Billboard, an appeals court in the Czech Republic has upheld a not-guilty verdict for Blythe, who in March was acquitted on a manslaughter charge in connection with the death of a fan at a concert in 2010.
The singer had been blamed for pushing the fan, Daniel Nosek, 19, from the stage during a performance in Prague. Nosek hit his head on the concrete floor and died two weeks later from injuries he sustained in the fall.
A state prosecutor had appealed the not-guilty verdict, which Prague's High Court upheld earlier this week. Blythe is currently on tour with Lamb of God and will be playing tonight in the Orpheum Theatre in Madison, Wisconsin.
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