Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Soloist The Cranberries released without charge – Interfax



Moscow. November 11th. INTERFAX.RU – soloist of the Irish band The Cranberries Dolores O’Riordan released from custody without charge, reports BBC News.

O’Riordan detained on Monday, November 10 on suspicion of assaulting a flight attendant on a plane flying from New York to Shannon Irish.

According to the police during interrogation in the department to Shannon O’Riordan complained of feeling unwell, after which she was sent to a hospital in Limerick. Later in the day she left the medical establishment, and was released from custody.

Details of the incident on board the plane were not disclosed. We only know that the incident occurred in a business class airline Aer Lingus aircraft shortly before it landed in Shannon.

Waitress, which allegedly attacked O’Riordan, injured her leg and was hospitalized. It is possible that it is a turning point. It was also reported that during the arrest singer attacked a policeman. He did not require hospitalization.

A representative of the airline Aer Lingus declined to comment on the incident, noting that it is a security issue. He said only that police are investigating the incident involving O’Riordan.

The Cranberries Group was founded in 1989 and has achieved the greatest success in the 1990s. Among the most famous songs of the collective – Dreams, Linger, Zombie, Ode to My Family. From 2003 to 2009 the group was on sabbatical. In 2009, The Cranberries went on a concert tour, and in 2011 started to record a new album Roses, which was released a year later.


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