An Oyster Bay man was charged with manslaughter and assault Thursday in the death of a New Jersey teen outside a lower Manhattan ax-throwing bar, according to the NYPD.

Police responded to the Live Axe bar on Lafayette Street in Tribeca just before 2 a.m. Thursday. They found Rocco Rodden, 17, of Warren, New Jersey, fatally stabbed, and his 19-year-old brother, who was not identified, had been stabbed in the torso. Police arrested Gianluca Bordone, 19, of Oyster Bay, at 10:40 p.m. Thursday.

Police said the three had been in an argument in the bar and went outside, where the fight occurred. Police said an ax was not used in the fight but did not specify what weapon was used.

Rodden and his brother were taken to NYC Health and Hospitals/Bellevue, where Rodden was pronounced dead. His brother was being treated for stab wounds.

According to the Bergen Record of New Jersey, Rocco was a student at Montvale’s St. Joseph Regional High School and a football player on the school team.

On Instagram, a friend of Rocco’s expressed grief at the death.

“I’m gonna miss getting asked if we were brothers every time we saw someone new. walking the hallways will never be the same, stepping on the field will never be the same,” the friend, Vin Ferrara, posted.

Bordone was arraigned, pleaded not guilty and bail was set at $4 million cash or $12 million bond, according to online court records.

- With Matthew Chayes

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