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Author Topic: Motley Crue Have Busy Week  (Read 1691 times)
Hotpot (Peter P)
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« on: September 14, 2007, 05:34:00 PM »

I thought my week was bad LOL

Walking tabloid goldmine, Tommy Lee, quits/refuses to quit the band, while bandmates sue his manager.
A busy week for Motley Crue has seen several members of the band sue their former manager (and Tommy Lee’s current manager/business partner), which led to contrary reports of Lee quitting the band and then refusing to walk away from the group he co-founded in 1980. This all comes in the wake of Lee being punched at an awards ceremony earlier in the week. A normal week for rock’s most entertaining group then.
The lawsuit by Nikki Sixx, Mick Mars and Vince Neil against Lee’s manager, Carl Stubner reportedly saw two supposed statements from the drummer, firstly saying that he had offered his resignation followed by a second a day later saying that he would not quit. According to, the lawsuit is pursuing damages in excess of £5m. They claim that Stubner cost the group millions of dollars in lost income after advising Lee to pursue other interests instead of reunion tours.
In addition to the lawsuit against his manager, the week had already started badly for Lee after he was involved in an altercation with rap-rock oddity, Kid Rock, at the MTV Awards on Sunday. The altercation saw Lee being ejected from the ceremony by security guards.
The conclusion of all this is that no one seems to know quite what is going on in the world of Crue. But what’s new? One thing’s for certain – life would be a much duller place without them.
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