SEBASTIAN BACH Berates Concertgoer For Allegedly Bumping Into Ex-SKID ROW Singer's Mother (Video)

December 27, 2014

Former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach berated a concertgoer for apparently bumping into the singer's 70-year-old mother during Bach's December 21 show in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

According to Sleaze Roxx, Bach was singing the popular Christmas carol "Silent Night" in the middle of his version of the SKID ROW classic "Monkey Business" when he suddenly and unexpectedly stopped the show. It's unclear what exactly happened, but someone might have pushed, or been pushed, into Bach's mother who was standing near the right front portion of the stage. Bach then launched into profanity-laced tirade against a fan in the audience, screaming: "Hey, you wanna fucking stop the show? That's my fucking mother right there, you jack-off. I'm gonna fucking beat your fucking face in."

He continued: "Don't fuck around with my fucking mother if you fucking wanna get out of here alive. Don't anybody fucking touch my fucking mother or I'll jump right the fuck in here. Fucking Google that shit." He then asked his mother directly, "Are you okay?" before adding: "Any more idiots, man, and I'm fucking outta here. We're here to have a good fucking time, right?

"She's 70 fucking years old."

Fan-filmed video footage of the incident can be seen below.

Bach recently broke off his engagement to model Minnie Gupta, who appeared on the cover of his "Kicking & Screaming" album and in videos for the singles "Kicking & Screaming" and "I'm Alive". He is now said to be datingSuzanne Le, a 41-year-old model who is reportedly the mother of two children, including one fathered by Brett Harrelson, actor Woody Harrelson's brother. Sebastian wrote in a December 14 tweet: "So lucky to be in love with my best friend @suzanne_le"

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