Court Rejects Lamb of God's Randy Blythe Claim For Damages

(TeamRock Radio) Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe's legal bid to be paid damages in the aftermath of his Czech Republic manslaughter trial has been dismissed by a couple in Prague.

The court this week threw out his claim for $640,000, calculated to address the difficulties he faced while charged with causing the death of a fan in 2010 before he was acquitted in 2013.

Blythe's Prague lawyer Michal Sykora has reported that the court dismissed his claim for 15.555 million koruna against the Justice Ministry - although he can appeal the decision.

The vocalist was arrested in 2012 and spent time behind bars before being freed, but voluntarily returned to the Czech Republic to face trial. Blythe said in July: "I felt ethically obliged to go to court. I had to do it so I could look at myself in the mirror. I didn't want it hanging over me." Read more here.

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