500 mushroom-laced peanut butter treats seized pre-Bonnaroo

Police raided house before drugs made it to festival

Bruce Springsteen has angrily spoken out against ticketing giant Ticketmaster after fans were redirected to a 'scalper' site owned by the corporation.
Police in Tennessee seized 500 peanut butter treats laced with hallucinogenic mushrooms that were intended to be sold at this weekend’s Bonnaroo Festival.

According to a report in a local newspaper, 35 pounds of Psilocybin was baked into the treats, that were going to be sold at $20 a pop at the event.

Police found the treats as well as marijuana, several guns and thousands of dollars in cash, when they raided the home of 22-year-old Charles Culver yesterday (June 9).

Culver and three others were charged with possession of Schedule I (hallucinogenic) mushrooms for resale, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia reports Murfreesboropost .

Beastie Boys, Phish and Bruce Springsteen are headlining the three-day festival, which takes place in Manchester, TN.

--By our New York staff.
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