Who is Tool drummer Danny Carey and why was he arrested?

RENOWNED drummer for rock band Tool Danny Carey was arrested at Kansas City International Airport on Sunday, December 12, 2021.

Airport police were called to Carey’s terminal at around 7pm Sunday to mitigate an incident.

Who is tool drummer Danny Carey?

Danny Carey is most known for his work as the drummer for Tool, a Grammy Award-winning rock band. 

Carey began playing the drums at the age of 13, and throughout high school and college, he honed his drumming skills and pursued his interests. 

Tool, the band that would make Danny famous and popular around the world, was formed in 1990. Guitarist Adam Jones, vocalist Maynard James Keenan, and bassist Phil D'Amour, who was ultimately replaced by Justin Chancellor, made comprised the band's founding lineup.

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Why was Danny Carey arrested?

Carey was arrested for misdemeanor assault after getting into an altercation with an airport security guard, according to the New York Post.

The drummer allegedly shoved the security guard in the chest multiple times with two fingers while saying, "You're a f** f*****!" according to TMZ. It's unknown what caused the fight.

By Monday, Carey was no longer in custody after being released on bond; however, the prosecutor's office has received the incident report and will analyze it to determine whether he will be charged with a crime, according to the Post.

What is Danny Carey’s net worth?

Carey’s net worth stands at $50million, according to CelebrityNetWorth.com.

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