I wonder whose palm got greased to make this one happen.
According to Blabbermouth, all charges against former Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach have been dropped.
The charges were tossed out October 11 in a Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, court at the request of the Crown, citing no reasonable prospect of conviction. I have no idea what that means, but I am presuming — in America-speak — there wasn’t enough evidence against him.
Bach had been charged with assault, possession of marijuana and mischief on November 15, 2010, after he allegedly bit the hand of a bartender who was attempting to toss him out of a bar.
Surveillance footage posted online showed the singer smashing his wine glass on the ground and walking towards the entrance of the establishment after he was asked to the leave the bar, because he was being rowdy — as the Bach’s prone to be.
A staff member reported Bach bit him on the hand while he was trying to restrain the wispy-haired rocker until police arrived. I hope the dude who got bit didn’t get TB or ringworm or anything.
So, Bach has been exonerated. Doesn’t mean it didn’t happen, just means the charges were dropped.
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