Josh Homme: Queens of a Stone Age frontman kicks womanlike photographer

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Queens of a Stone Age musician Josh Homme has apologised after a womanlike photographer pronounced he kicked her in a conduct during a unison in Los Angeles.

Chelsea Lauren posted a video on amicable media display Homme kicking her camera as she took cinema tighten to a theatre on Saturday night.

“I now get to spend my night in a ER. Seriously, WHO DOES THAT?”, she said.

In a statement, Homme apologised and pronounced he would never intentionally means mistreat to someone.

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Ms Lauren described a “obviously really intentional” occurrence to Variety magazine.

“I saw him entrance over and we was sharpened away,” she said. “He looked true during me, swung his leg behind flattering tough and full-blown kicked me in a face. “

She says she will record a military report.

Ms Lauren posted an refurbish to Instagram along with dual photographs she had taken seconds before a incident. She pronounced her eyebrow was painful and her neck was sore.

“I reason nobody accountable for this though Josh himself”, she added.

Homme, 44, primarily released an reparation by a Queens of a Stone Age Twitter comment though following critique the thespian after common an romantic video response, that has been posted on YouTube.

“I’d only like to apologize to Chelsea Lauren. we don’t have any forgive or reason to clear what we did. I’m truly contemptible and we wish you’re okay,” he said.

“I’ve done a lot of mistakes in my life, and final night was really one of them,” Homme added.

In his progressing statement, he pronounced that he was “in a state of being mislaid in performance” when he kicked over some apparatus on theatre and done hit with Ms Lauren.

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But his post was criticised by some Twitter users, including Homme’s friend, luminary cook Anthony Bourdain, who branded it “weak”.

Ms Lauren after thanked a Queens of a Stone Age fan bottom for their support following a incident.

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It is not a initial time Homme has been criticised for his on-stage behaviour.

In 2008, he was indicted of homophobia after scornful a fan during a unison in Norway. He had threatened to flog a fan in a face before throwing a bottle during him.