AC/DC Drummer Phil Rudd Arrested in New Zealand for Attempting to Procure Murder
Phil Rudd, the Australian drummer for AC/DC, was charged in New Zealand with attempting to procure murder, threatening to kill and possession of drugs. Rudd, 60, was discovered during a Tauranga raid in the North Island on Thursday. He wore no shoes and possessed methamphetamine and cannabis. Court documents accuse Rudd of attempting to hire someone to kill two others between 25 September and 26 September. AC/DC said they were unaware of Phil's arrest until the news and that his absence will not affect the release of their new album Rock or Bust or their upcoming tour.
By Jordan Moses
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