Bar owner CHRIS FERRELL who killed BLAKE SHELTON’s mentor WAYNE MILLS has been released from jail, inciting outrage in Nashville.
The barfowner appeared in court in Tennessee yesterday for a hearing in his second-degree murder case.
And by the end of the day, he was released from jail, inciting anger among his victim’s fans online.
The judge eventually reduced the bond to $150,000 and added restrictions on his movement. Ferrell will be required to wear a GPS monitoring device, subject to random drug and alcohol testing, and stay in the state of Tennessee. He was forced to surrender his passport and his extensive collection of guns.
During his court appearance, Ferrell repeated his claim that the two had argued after he caught Mills smoking in a non-smoking section, but insisted that Mills came to the bar, the Pit & Barrel, to “rob and kill” Ferrell.