AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd allegedly made those death threats that got him in a world of trouble during a phone conversation, according to court documents released Friday morning.

During the September 26th call, Rudd allegedly threatened to kill a contractor and his daughter. On top of that, Rudd also allegedly called a business associate earlier that same day to talk about what he’d like done to the contractor and his daughter.

Then, on November 6th, police searched Rudd’s home where they found methamphetamine and marijuana.

He’s facing charges of threatening to kill as well as possession of meth and pot. Rudd has pleaded not guilty to making the threats and possession of meth, but he has admitted he had marijuana in his possession.

Source: The Canberra Times