An appeals court in the Czech Republic has upheld the "not guilty" verdict for Randy Blythe, the Lamb of God frontman who’d earlier been on the stand accused of causing a fan's death at a 2010 concert.
Blythe was initially blamed for pushing Daniel Nosek, 19, from the stage during a show in the Czech capital, Prague. The man hit his head on the concrete floor and died from his injuries two weeks later. Blythe was charged with manslaughter, or causing bodily harm to another person with lethal consequences -- charges he beat.
The singer, who faced five years in prison if convicted, had traveled to Prague to fight the charges. Prague's Municipal court on March 5 handed down its ruling in favor of Blythe -- a decision the artist announced on Instagram.