Lamb of God manager Larry Mazer isn’t happy. While frontman Randy Blythe posted four million Czech koruna in bail on Tuesday -- which is about $200,000 -- he’s still locked away in a Prague jail.
"Randy should be released immediately,” Mazer tells Czech website Blesk.cz. “His lawyer told us so. In the U.S. he would have been -- you post the bail and you're free. It's absurd. Randy did nothing wrong. He is innocent."
The singer was arrested in the Czech Republic last week in connection with an incident that took place during the band's 2010 concert at Club Abaton in Prague. According to reports out of the Czech Republic, at the 2010 concert a fan identified as Daniel N. climbed on stage and had a confrontation with Blythe, during which Daniel sustained injuries that reportedly caused his death 14 days later. The singer could serve as many as 10 years in prison if he's convicted of manslaughter.
Mazer added that he was blindsided by Blythe’s arrest and that he hadn’t heard anything about the incident before the band arrived in the Czech Republic for a scheduled performance in Prague last week.
"Nobody contacted us in the last two years,” explains Mazer. “My contact information is publicly available but I never heard from the family. We didn't even hear from the concert organizer. Nobody called us."
Blythe, who has yet to be officially charged, will likely be released sometime this week, according to reports.
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