AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd is confronting a disaster of allegations down in New Zealand: He has been charged with attempting to arrange a murders of dual people and melancholy to kill, as good as possession of methamphetamine and weed.
Australian-born Rudd, 60, was taken into control Thursday morning in and with a raid on his home in Tauranga, New Zealand’s Bay of Plenty Times reported. He was expelled on bail after a brief coming in Tauranga District Court where he entered no plea.
But it looks as if, no matter what happens, a rope skeleton to stone on.
“We’ve usually turn wakeful of Phil’s detain as a news was breaking,” AC/DC pronounced in a statement on a website. “We have no serve comment. Phil’s deficiency will not impact a recover of a new manuscript Rock or Bust and arriving debate subsequent year.
Rudd faces as prolonged as 10 years behind bars if convicted of attempting to gain murder, a Associated Press said.
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The justice suppressed a names of a purported dictated victims as good as a purported hitman, AP said. However, a purported hitman told a Sydney Morning Herald that Rudd had wanted him as a bodyguard after new threats over disputes with “working girls.”
“The volume he spends on association is like someone’s yearly wage…,” a male told a newspaper. “He’s a Hugh Hefner of Tauranga.”
Rudd has lived in New Zealand for 28 years, according to AP, relocating there after being cut from a Australian rope in 1983. He returned to a overlay in a early ’90s and had been approaching to go on a group’s universe debate in support of a new album, out Dec. 2.
At a finish of September, AC/DC mislaid another strange member, 63-year-old stroke guitarist Malcolm Young, who left a outfit since he has dementia.
Rudd is due behind in justice Nov. 27.
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