Motorhead Were Also Blamed For Fan Injured At Concert

(Classic Rock) Motorhead drummer Mikkey Dee says his band were once chased in an attempt to blame them for an injury sustained by a fan who decided to jump from a balcony while they played.

It's a similar situation to the current ordeal of Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe, who's been behind bars in Prague since June. Blythe remains in jail without charge in the Czech Republic having paid $200,000 bail which was later doubled a month ago. He was arrested in connection with an incident in 2010 when fan Daniel Nosek voluntarily invaded Lamb of God's stage several times, during which he may have sustained the head injury which led to his death four weeks later.

"One guy years ago threw himself from the second floor in a theatre and ended up breaking his back on one of the seats," Dee tells Artisan News. "And they came after us for that."

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