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Entertainment News: News

Tue 15 Jun, 2010
By Danielle Carter


The Georgia native was reportedly sparked by John's comments in which he said that he believed Jesus was gay.

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Charges against a man who allegedly threatened Elton John have reportedly been dropped.

According to Metro, 65-year-old Neal Horsley was charged with making terrorist threats, criminal defamation and using the internet to disseminate threats.

Horsley posted threats against Grammy winner John on the web and picketed outside the singer's Atlanta home with a sign that read "Why Elton John Must Die", prosecutors alleged.

The Georgia native was reportedly sparked by John's comments in which he said that he believed Jesus was gay.



Horsley's actions did not warrant criminal charges, said the judge in the case.

 

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