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The drummer for AC/DC was busted in New Zealand for allegedly plotting to have two people killed — and for a bunch of drugs allegedly found in his home during an early morning police raid.
Phil Rudd was taken into custody early Thursday, and charged with attempting to procure a murder. The 60-year-old founding member of the rock group was also charged with possession of methamphetamine and marijuana.
NZ police say Rudd tried to hire a hitman to kill two other men. The names of the intended victims and the alleged hit man were not immediately released.
Rudd — who's been with AC/DC since 1975 — was released on bail after a brief court appearance.