AC/DC’s Phil Rudd Accused Of Abetting Murder

ACDC Drummer Appears In Court

Legendary rock band AC/DC’s drummer was arrested last week in New Zealand and subsequently charged for abetting the murder of two people.

Phil Rudd allegedly contacted a hitman to kill two people for him, which got him the aiding and abetting charge.

Along with this serious charge, he was also charged with the illegal possession of marijuana and methamphetamines.

Rudd made bail and will stay out of prison until his next court date, scheduled for November 27, during which time he is prohibited from contacting the hitman he allegedly hired to carry out two murders.

It is not yet known who the two targets were. Paul Rudd was kicked out of AC/DC in 1983, which was when he moved to New Zealand, but they took him back in 1994.

In 2003 he and the rest of the band were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame.

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