Nothing like a £35,000 court fine to remind you that you got your *ss kicked in Germany and lost your front teeth in a fight. That's what Oasis singer Liam Gallagher is going through these days. Gallagher received the penalty at a German court hearing over the weekend after he admitted his involvement in the drunken brawl at a nightclub in the Bayerischer Hof Hotel in Munich, according to XFM. On tour at the time, the singer was arrested with then drummer Alan White and three other band members of the band’s entourage after the brawl broke out in December 2002. Liam lost two of his front teeth and the band were forced to cancel the rest of their German tour.
Those two cancellations also lost Gallagher £175,000 in ticket sales and an extra £180,000 to leave the country while his case was pending. At the time the band said they were victims of an "unprovoked attack", getting harassed by locals while at the hotel bar. Not helping his case, the police later said that Liam kicked an officer in the face and he had drugs and alcohol in his system. As for the fine, the nightclub is to receive £12,000 of the fine for the damage according to reports while £4,000 will go to injured policeman. The rest will go to a series of charities in Munich.
The guy who punched out Liam's chompers will stand trial for the assault in the New Year.