TRIPP EISEN's Parents Are Saddened By Fact That Son Is Spending 40th Birthday In Jail

According to a posting on the Rock N Roll Experience web site, the parents of former STATIC-X guitarist Tripp Eisen attended the SCUM OF THE EARTH/SOCIETY ONE concert at the House of Rock in White Marsh, Maryland on June 29 (Tripp's brother, Berzerk Kirk, is the drummer for SOCIETY ONE). Stated Rock N Roll Experience webmaster Bob Suehs, "Tripp's Mom was telling me that she spoke to him and he's doing well and that it was sad he had to spend his [40th] birthday, which was today (June 29) in prison." Check out a picture of Eisen's parents at the show at this location.

As previously reported, Eisen — born Tod Rex Salvador — was arraigned last Friday (June 24) and is currently being held without bail at the Intake Release Center for Men in Santa Ana, California. He was arrested in Orange County on February 10 on charges of committing a "lewd act on a child," and released after posting $100,000 bail. Two weeks later, he was arrested again after a New Jersey woman called authorities claiming that her fourteen-year-old daughter had sex with Eisen, who was posing as his own impersonator. For that incident, he is facing charges of kidnapping, endangering the welfare of a child, aggravated sexual assault and use of a motor vehicle for criminal purposes. His next court date is September 19.


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