Rocker Randy Blythe's manslaughter trial in the Czech Republic has been delayed until March (13).
The Lamb of God frontman spent more than a month behind bars in Prague last summer (12) after he was accused of contributing to the death of 19-year-old fan Daniel Nosek by pushing him offstage at a gig in the city in 2010.
Nosek suffered head injuries at the gig, fell into a coma and died two weeks later.
Blythe, 41, was released from jail in August (12) and allowed to fly home to America, but he returned to Europe to fight the allegations he had caused Nosek's death earlier this month (Feb13).
Blythe addressed the court and denied any wrongdoing as the trial began on Monday (04Feb13), but now the case has been postponed to allow an ailing witness time to recover before appearing in person to testify, according to local publication The Prague Post.
Blythe will return to America until the trial recommences on 4 March (13).
The rocker faces up to 10 years behind bars if convicted.
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