Limp Bizkit's Durst Arrested After On Stage Skirmish

Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst was arrested Monday night in St. Paul, Minnesota after allegedly kicking a local security guard in the head during the band's show at Roy Wilkins Auditorium.

St. Paul Police told MTV News that Durst was arrested for aggravated assault after an on-stage altercation involving Durst, his personal security guard, and members of the local security staff hired by the venue. Police say that Durst's bodyguard was on stage trying to remove a would-be stage diver when local security mistook the bodyguard for a fan. The S.P.P.D. claim that, when local security tried to forcibly remove Durst's bodyguard from the stage, Durst himself entered the fray kicking one guard in the head.

While Durst was arrested for suspicion of aggravated assault, he has not been officially charged yet. The frontman was arrested after leaving the stage Monday night, and was soon released on $50,000 bail. He managed to go on with the rest of Limp Bizkit to Chicago where the band

is scheduled to play Tuesday night.

Both the venue and police told MTV News that the alleged incident came late in the band's set, and that the show was not stopped.

Spokespeople for Limp Bizkit's record label, Interscope Records, did not return calls about the matter by press time.