AC/DC drummer convicted of drug possession
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd was convicted of drug possession in New Zealand after police found 25 grams of marijuana on his boat back in October.
Rudd was ordered to pay $250 in fines and $133 in court costs. Those numbers seem small, but the actual conviction is what could cost the drummer dearly. Most countries do not let you in if you've been convicted of drug possession, the U.S. included. That could put a serious dent in AC/DC's touring plans. We'll see how Rudd gets out of this one.