As I Lay Dying singer Tim Lambesis’ bail has been lowered by $1 million from $3 million to $2 million. Check out the NBC News coverage here and some updates below.
Lambesis is still a danger to society and his estranged wife, and is still considered a flight risk. His bail was lowered from $3 million to $2 million.
The rocker’s family is unable to make bail, so Lambesis will remain in jail, his attorney said.
At this point, Lambesis has surrendered his passport to authorities and must have GPS monitoring. His upcoming tour with As I Lay Dying has been suspended.
Lambesis’ attorney, Tom Warwick, revealed more details about the singer’s past and his recent trouble with steroids in court on Friday.
Warwick said Lambesis was voted “Most Like Jesus” by classmates when he attended Santa Fe Christian High School as a teen. He was a religious studies major in college and “desperately loves his children,” according to his lawyer.
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