According to TMZ.com, Sebastian Bach was arrested for marijuana possession in New Jersey. The former SKID ROW singer was pulled over for "failing to keep right" on a highway in Monmouth County, New Jersey at 3:32 a.m. on Tuesday, and during the stop, the officer conducted an investigation and discovered weed.
The 43-year-old Bach was arrested for possessing less than 50 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Sebastian was hauled in to a local jail and was eventually released pending a future court hearing.
Bach was charged assault, possession of marijuana and mischief on November 15, 2010 after he allegedly bit the hand of a bartender trying to throw him out of Riley's Olde Towne Pub in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.
A surveillance video posted on TMZ.com showed the singer smashing his wine glass on the ground morning and walking towards the entrance of the establishment after he was asked to the leave the bar due to his allegedly rowdy behavior.
A staff member reported Bach bit him on the hand while he was trying to restrain Bach until police arrived.
Bach was in Peterborough dealing with the estate of his father who passed away.
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