From Autumn To Ashes Singer Explains Alleged 'Drug House' Charge

From Autumn To Ashes frontman Francis Mark has spoken out for the first time since Lambgoat reported that the band canceled the second half of their summer tour after the singer was sentenced on a charge of "maintaining a drug house."

The site reported that Mark was given a year of probation for the charge with one of the terms of the sentence leaving him unable to leave the state to tour. Read the report here.

Mark has now provided a statement to Alt Press giving his side of the story. He writes, "I wanted clarify a few things in the press and express my gratitude to the fans who continue to stick by us in these trying times. I turned myself in and was not arrested. The alleged drug house in question was merely a medicinal marijuana facility.

"I speak not only for myself but on behalf of From Autumn To Ashes that we will make up the dates as soon as we possibly can. Thank you for the years of support and see you soon."

Read the Alt Press report here.

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