AS I LAY DYING frontman Tim Lambesis got out of jail

by | Feb 9, 2017

He was supposed to serve a six year prison sentence for trying to kill his ex-wife. In December he was discharged.

Altpress caught wind of an interview with former Dokken guitarist George Lynch — where he discussed his relationship with Lambesis and said “He just got out of jail for attempting to kill his wife.”

Lynch went on to say:

“He had a beautiful wife. They adopted three Cambodian children. Then he discovered cocaine, strippers, heroine, steroids — went completely off the rails.

“He recently got out of jail. Destroyed his band. They don’t have a pot to piss in now—they’re all struggling.

“Anyways, he’s out. He’s got a mega-record deal. He’s got a book deal. Everything’s lined up for him. I mean he’s going to skate through life.

Everybody else is suffering. His wife is living in fear. His children are living in fear.”

Lambesis was reportedly released from a California prison on December 17th. He was discharged to the Division of Adult Parole Operations.

Here’s the interview.

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