He is accused of pushing a fan off stage during a concert back in 2010, who ultimately died of head injuries
Listen to Lamb of God on iHeartRadio
Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe is set to return to court. The rocker's manslaughter trial in the Czech Republic got under way last month, but WTVR.com says it was delayed because a key witness got sick.
Blythe was allowed to return to the U.S. during the break and assured the court that he would be back in Prague when things resumed. The trial was originally expected to last about a week, so Blythe may learn his fate before this week ends.
He could face up to ten years in prison if found guilty, along with more than 500-thousand dollars in damages being sought by the victim's family.
Blythe is accused of pushing a fan off the stage during a Lamb of God concert back in 2010. The 19-year-old fan ultimately died of head injuries.
Photo Credit Getty Images