One of the founders of the group 3 Doors Down, her ex-bass player Todd Harrell has been sentenced to 10 years imprisonment for illegal possession of weapons.
About it reports UNN, citing the Associated Press.
According to the Agency, Harrell was arrested in June of this year in your own home. It is noted that the police called his wife, saying that he was used to physical violence. During the search, he found drugs and weapons.
Harrell previously served a prison sentence after a fatal accident in Nashville in 2013. That year he actually stopped performing in the group, were later excluded from its composition.
3 Doors Down is an American rock band from town Escatawpa rock band, founded in 1996. International fame came to the team in 2000 when they recorded the song Kryptonite, which took third place in the hundred most popular songs according to Billboard magazine. To date, the group has recorded six albums, sold over 20 million copies of their CDs.