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Phil Rudd, the drummer of AC/DC, pleaded guilty to charges of threatening to kill today (April 21) in a Tauranga, New Zealand court.
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“I’m going back to work with AC/DC and I don’t care who likes it or who doesn’t,” Rudd said. “I want my job back and I want my reputation back.”
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Rudd reportedly called both of the people threatened, a contractor and his daughter, and restated the threats.
He may have just dug his hole a bit deeper by starting a fight with a witness in his own case. He’s due back in court on Feb. 10.