In November, it was reported that former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd was charged with attempting to procure a murder. Rudd entered a guilty plea in a New Zealand court.

The Sydney Morning Herald published the details of the court proceedings:

On September 25, at around 8.12pm, Rudd called an associate holidaying in Australia and said he wanted the victim “taken out”.

When asked what he meant by that, Rudd said he wanted them “taken out” because “they were a bunch of [f***ers] and [c**ts]”.

In another call to the same associate, while he was still in Australia, he offered him $200,000, a motorbike, one of his cars or a house.

The associate took this to mean as payment for carrying out his earlier request.

On September 26, at around 8.27am, Rudd called the victim to ask if he “was on” today.

The victim replied yes, before Rudd later responded “I’m going to come over and kill you” and then repeated “I’m going to come over and kill you, you [f***ing c**t].”

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