Emmure Frontman Frankie Palmeri Criticized For Sharing Decapitated Band “Life Lesson”

Over the weekend, reports surfaced that all four members of Decapitated had been arrested in California and were accused of kidnapping a woman after their show in Washington. Later, it was revealed that the band had also been accused of “gang rape”.

All four members of the band — Waclaw “Vogg” Kieltyka, 35; Rafal “Rasta” Piotrowski, 31; Michal Lysejko, 27; and Hubert Wiecek, 30 — are awaiting extradition back to Washington to face their charges.

After the allegations were revealed, Emmure frontman Frankie Palmeri expressed doubts about the initial kidnapping allegations. He later offered a “life lesson” to females about “strange traveling men” that drew the ire of writer Kim Kelly, among others.

Palmeri engaged Kelly in a debate about his thoughts and to his credit, made a contribution to RAINN in support of survivors of sexual violence.