Aussie singer Howie Day has entered a not-guilty plea over that incident in
Wisconsin when two female fans claimed he acted inappropriately when they
refused his sexual advances. As previously reported the fans claim he tried
to lock one of them in the toilet of his tour bus, and then smashed the other's mobile phone when she tried to call the police. He has been charged with charged with disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property - which
could lead to 90 days in jail and a $1000 fine. His attorney yesterday entered the not-guilty plea.
Writing about the incident on his website Day wrote this week: "Basically, a
few people were on my tour bus after the show and things got a little out of
hand, stupid things were said, feelings were hurt and a cell phone was
damaged. My lawyer tells me I will be given an opportunity to address these
claims at the proper time, and, of course, I will do so. Unfortunately ... some wildly inaccurate and sensational stories seem to be circulating. I can assure you that there was never any improper physical contact, nor has any ever been alleged by anyone involved, and nobody was 'locked away in a bathroom.' "