AC/DC's Phil Rudd Is A Changed Man Says Attorney

(Classic Rock) An attorney for former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd says that the rock star has "moved well beyond" the drama that saw him convicted of making a death threat.

Rudd, 61, was arrested last year after making threats on the life of an employee. The drummer later admitted he was fighting a drug addiction at the time.

Tuck says: "He is complying with his home detention, which means he's not drinking alcohol, not taking drugs. There was a meltdown, and there were behaviors which Phil really has moved well beyond.

"Phil has done a lot of work on himself and he's gone from strength to strength. Things have moved on from that time. We're well into the detention sentence and out the other side - and life is moving on." Read more here.

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