Randy Blythe, who's been on trial for manslaughter charges, has been found not guilty by a  Czech court and acquitted of all charges.

According to Lamb of God's Twitter page,  Czech news agency Blesk.cz and Randy Blythe's personal Instagram account, he has been found not guilty, and set free.

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Before the verdict, Blythe spoke to the courtroom today, saying:

"I know I did not hurt or want to hurt anybody that night. I can understand the pain that the family of Daniel is experiencing. Daniel was a fan of my band. I had no wish to harm him. He was just a boy and I wish he was still here. If ultimately the Czech legal system sentences me to prison, I will do my sentence like a man. I have searched for an answer to this situation, the only one I can find to this tragic and horrible accident."

Blythe was detained on suspicion of manslaughter in June 2012 for his alleged involvement in the death of 19-year-old fan Daniel Nosek during a fall from the stage at a 2010 Lamb of God concert.