'As I Lay Dying' Front Man Released on $2 Million Bail

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As I Lay Dying

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‘As I Lay Dying’ is a popular group especially among American teens.  The bands front man Tim Lambesis has posted a $2 million bail in a murder-for-hire case.  The 32-year-old singer was arrested earlier this month after police alleged he tried to hire a hit man to kill his estranged wife.

The hit man turned out to be an undercover police officer, and Lambesis was arrested after prosecutors claim he gave the officer an envelope that contained $1000, personal information and a photo of his wife.

Prosecuting attorneys wanted a $20 million bail for the singer after his estranged wife told the judge she feared for her life.   Kat Vining of Pearland, TX said in an interview, “I will never stop listening to ‘As I Lay Dying’ despite the disposition of the case.”

Lambesis lawyer Thomas Warwick is committing to an unusual defense.    He is claiming Lambesis’s judgment was impaired by steroid use.  The singer is rumored to be a serious body builder and a spokesman for nutritional supplements.   He is due back in court on June 10th, if convicted he could face up to nine years in prison.

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