Pro-Pain’s Gary Meskil On Being Brutally Attacked: “The Doctors Said That I Was Lucky To Make It”

Pro-Pain’s Gary Meskil has opened up about being robbed and nearly murdered while on tour in Brussels, Belgium. You can see what he told Gazet Van Antwerpen about that below, and donate to his GoFundMe HERE.


“Last Monday, I went out with Adam in Brussels. Adam returned to the hotel in the Stalingradlaan in the centre of Brussels, and I went for a beer in a bar nearby, around midnight. At the table next to me, there were some young guys and we started talking. It was all very friendly. Just a nice chat. After a while, I went to the bartender to pay my bill. When I returned, two of the guys I had talked to bumped into me. Then I realized that they took my wallet. I confronted them and they start hitting me. They got help from four others. They used an ice pick to hit me on the head. They kept on kicking me after I had fallen to the ground.”

He also added:

“They robbed me of a lot of money: the fees of several shows. I lost eighty percent of my blood. The doctors said that I was lucky to make it. They even had to remove glass from my eyes, because they kicked the glasses I was wearing. My jaw is broken, and I will need multiple surgeries. I don’t know when I will be able to sing again. It can take weeks, possibly even months.”

One of the criminals has reportedly been arrested.

[via Blabbermouth]


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