A Georgia man was arrested on Wednesday after making threats against Elton John RollingStone.com reports. Neal Horsley apparently had a grudge against the performer after an interview with Parade magazine where John revealed his perspective of Jesus as a "compassionate, super-intelligent gay man who understood human problems." Horsley posted a video of himself outside John's apartment holding a sign reading "Elton John Must Die." Almost like he wanted to get caught.
Man Arrested for Threatening to Kill Elton John
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