Lamb of God’s front man, Randy Blythe, can finally sleep like a baby, as the court in Czech Republic acquitted him for the charge of causing a fan’s death at a 2010 concert in the Czech capital, Prague.

Blythe was accused for pushing Daniel Nosek, a 19-year-old fan, from the stage. The fan hit his head and died from injuries two weeks later. At that time, Blythe was charged with manslaughter and faced five years in a state prison. The singer left Lamb of God and his band members, who were on tour in the U.S., and traveled to Prague to clear his name of such dreadful charges.

Prague’s Municipal court decided in his favor, but the state prosecutor appealed, rejecting the ruling. However, Prague’s High Court gave a final verdict this week and so, Randy Blythe is free of all charges and free to hit the road again with his cohorts.

Randy Blythe Acquitted For Fan's Death

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