CRADLE OF FILTH Stabbing Update: Club Bouncer Arrested, Charged With Assault

A University of Cincinnati football player working as a bouncer was arrested after two people were stabbed at a CRADLE OF FILTH/ARCH ENEMY concert at Bogart's in Cincinnati, OH, News 5 reports.

Donald Germany (photo), 21, of Columbus, was charged with two counts of felonious assault.

Police said a fight broke out at the back of the popular off-campus night spot about 10 p.m. Monday night.

Germany's mother, Diamond Star, told News 5's Amy Wagner it was a misunderstanding. She said her son had confiscated the knife from a patron and didn't stab anyone.

Germany will be in court today.

Germany is a sophomore defensive end, listed at 6 feet, 226 pounds on the UC football roster.

A few hundred people showed up to hear the band CRADLE OF FILTH.

About a dozen officers responded to the incident and police stopped the show and cleared the building.

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