AC/DC's Phil Rudd Pleads Not Guilty To Latest Charges
But less than a fortnight later he returned to Tauranga District Court after being accused of breaching the terms of his home arrest by drinking. Judge Louis Bidois, remanding him without plea, had warned him he could be sent to prison if found guilty of the latest charges, and added the requirement that he undergo alcohol and drug tests on police request.
Today in court Rudd, wearing a leather jacket with an AC/DC logo on the back, was allowed to return home, pending another hearing in November. Judge RP Wolff described the situation as "relatively straightforward." Read comments from Rudd here.
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