Tim Dalliday—older brother of Pete Dalliday—has been on the waiting list for a liver transplant for a year, CHEX Newswatch reports, and another potential donor fell through recently. None of his siblings are eligible donors. Anyone who is healthy and a blood match can donate. Please spread the word.
The story on Sebastian Bach's bad homecoming continues to unfold. In an interview with CHEX Newswatch (see video below), Riley's bar owner Jim Kakouros says the commotion started at around midnight when Bach and his buddies apparently started to heckle the singer at the bar. Soon after, all hell broke loose when they were asked to leave. And TMZ has obtained the surveillance footage at Riley's showing what went down. When asked about the charges Monday as he was being placed in a police cruiser, Bach only had this to say: "Welcome home."
[Related: Sebastian Bach Comes Home To Peterborough And Eats At Riley's, Hot Belly Mama's... and Harvey's (And *Update*: Gets Arrested)]
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So what was Sebastian Bach doing back in Peterborough in the first place? He says he was here dealing with the estate of his father. "It is no fun doing that," he told reporters outside a Toronto courtroom today. "Packing up your father's life and putting it in a truck. It is so final. I tried to drown my sorrows and things just got out of hand."