JUDAS PRIEST Comment On Ex-Drummer's Guilty Verdict

JUDAS PRIEST Management Co-Ordinator Jayne Andrews has commented on the news that ex-PRIEST drummer Dave Holland was convicted of trying to rape a special needs youngster in 2002.

"We are as shocked and stunned as everyone else by this news," she wrote on the band's official Noticeboard. "However, we would like to point out that Scott Travis is JUDAS PRIEST's drummer and has been since 1989.

"We have not seen or heard from or had any contact with Dave Holland at all since we parted company with him over 15 years ago."


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