Sacked Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan has revealed he’s making a comeback after assaulting his girlfriend

Sacked Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan has revealed he’s making a comeback after assaulting his girlfriend

SACKED Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan has revealed he’s making a comeback after assaulting his girlfriend.

Tom, who was spared prison after CCTV showed him battering his ex fiancee, was kicked out of the band after admitting to assaulting Vikki Ager in July.

He immediately checked into rehab to get help for his alcohol addiction following the attack.

Now he’s delighted fans who stuck by him during the last few turbulent months by returning to social media with the words: “Thanks for all the love. TM x”

He then released a snap of him on stage on Instagram and added: “The sun always shines on stage…TM.”

The singer added #timetocomeback and #comebackkid.

One fan said on Twitter: “Get yourself back on stage where you belong.”

Another said: “Good to see you back in business. Hope youre doing well. Can’t wait to hear he new stuff from you dude and see you back on stage.”

Tom wept in court in July after CCTV showed him battering his ex-fiancee Vikki Ager before dragging her by the ankles into the back garden of their home.

Meighan also threw his partner of four years across a room and into a hamster cage before threatening her with a wooden pallet during the "sustained attack".


The rocker later issued a public apology to his partner and fans for the shocking incident.

And he confessed he’d struggled with alcohol for years – despite previous stints in rehab.

“I am very sorry and deeply regret my recent behaviour,” he said.

“I have struggled for many years with alcohol addiction.”


He said he was “spiralling out of control”, adding: “My mental health was becoming more and more unstable and I was at breaking point.

“I booked myself into a rehabilitation programme for alcoholism.

“It’s been well documented I’ve undergone treatment before, but in truth I’ve never actually been completely sober.

“This time has been different. I left the programme three weeks ago and with the support of my family and friends, I’ve been taking every day as it comes, getting through each day completely clean and sober.

“This time I actually really want to do it, not just for those I care about, but also for myself.”

The singer wiped his eyes with a tissue and held his head in his hands as he admitted the domestic abuse charge at Leicester Magistrates Court.

But he avoided jail after District Judge Nick Watson ordered him to carry out 200 hours of unpaid work.

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