Woman Sues GODSMACK Singer For Car Wreck

J.J. Huggins of EagleTribune.com reports that a Chelmsford, Massachusetts woman and her parents are suing GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna because of a car accident last year.

The auto negligence lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Boston stems from the April 11, 2007 three-car crash on Route 213 in Methuen, near Interstate 93. The crash happened around 7 p.m.

The plaintiffs are 26-year-old Lindsay Taylor and her parents, Elaine and Jeffrey, all of Chelmsford.

The Taylors blame Erna for causing the crash, but Erna says the man who drove the car Taylor rode in rear-ended someone else before Erna collided with them, court documents say.

Erna, a 40-year-old Lawrence native who now lives in Windham, N.H., drove a 2006 Hummer H3 owned by Godsmack Touring Inc., which is also named as a defendant.

Read the entire article from EagleTribune.com.


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