Kristy Majors files Police report against Steve Summers for stolen property
The alleged victim Majors, and the alleged thief Summers in all red
Pretty Boy Floyd guitarist files Police report against Pretty Boy Floyd singer for Grand Theft
Posted By: Metal Sludge
It seems like the America Rocks Tour has come to an end. But for some, is this just an end to the tour or possibly the bands history? For Glam fans around the globe it could be bad news as the legendary Pretty Boy Floyd seem to have hit hard times once again.
According to a Tweet and Facebook postings (see below) by guitarist Kristy Majors he had injured his back last week and looked to cancel the remaining 2012 tour dates for Pretty Boy Floyd.
It is believed according to Tweets by Majors that he indeed flew home to Los Angeles. But the word is that frontman Steve "Sex" Summers found a replacement guitarist to finish out the tour.
Now in the last 48 hours there is more drama with some stolen or missing musical gear. And the theft is alleged by Majors to be from his own band mate Summers.
On Wednesay July 11th Kristy posted the following on his Official Facebook
My $4,000 custom pedal board was willfully & knowingly stolen from the tour bus this morning with several witnesses and there is an arrest warrant out for Steven podwal aka Steve summers for grand theft . If you see him selling it on eBay or Craigslist please let me know . It’s irreplaceable . Thanks
Also noted below are some Tweets from Majors in recent days.
Kristy Krash Majors
All pretty boy Floyd dates 4 the rest of the year r cancelled due 2 re injuring my back/neck 2night from a car accident I suffered recently
We hope the guys can work out these issues and carry on for the Glam fans.
We found some info on Grand Theft in the state of California.
California grand theft law
6. Penalties, Punishment, and Sentencing for Grand Theft under California Penal Code 487
California Penal Code 487 PC
If you are convicted of grand theft as a misdemeanor, you face up to one year in a county jail. If you are convicted of grand theft as a felony, you face 16 months, or two or three years in the California State Prison.
Sludge will keep you posted.
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