Vince Neil of Motley Crue is no stranger to scuffles with the law — and now he’s back in court, where he’s set to plead guilty to a misdemeanor charge stemming from an alleged disorderly conduct incident involving his ex-girlfriend, entertainment reporter Alicia Jacobs, and a pair of her companions at a Las Vegas comedy club.
“Mr. Neil is sorry he raised his voice,” said Neil’s defense attorney, David Chesnoff.
Nikki Sixx‘s youngest son, Decker, is back home (sweet home) after a family argument sent him running to a friend’s house — and after Nikki called the cops to report the boy missing.
According to an exclusive TMZ report, the incident occurred last week, coming to a head when Sixx phoned police to say Decker had gone missing. However, it seems Sixx had a strong idea of where to find him.
Amnesty International is one of the world’s foremost organizations dedicated to the preservation of human rights and the prevention of grave injustice.
So it only stands to reason that in order to celebrate Amnesty’s 50th anniversary, someone decided to put together an album of Bob Dylan covers — even if it’s a little odd that they invited pop stars like Kesha and Miley Cyrus to join the roster of artists lending their pipes to the rock legend’s classic songs.
Ozzy Osbourne might be rock’s reigning Prince of Darkness, but that doesn’t mean he can’t enjoy a healthy, balanced breakfast — or, for that matter, a heaping bowl of sugary cereal.
Although he’s gotten more press for some of his other vices, one of Ozzy’s longest-running addictions has been the UK cereal Sugar Puffs — and when he found himself in need of a few boxes recently, the company that makes them was happy to help out.
Apple Inc. and the Beatles have been intertwined since the computer giant’s earliest days, so it’s only fitting that the band’s music should be used to pay tribute to recently deceased company founder Steve Jobs.
Not even the mighty Nikki Sixx could emerge from this summer’s Glam-A-Geddon Tour unscathed — but after undergoing knee surgery on Wednesday (Oct. 19), Motley Crue‘s longtime bassist is on the mend and ready to rock.
Williams, who compared a golf match between President Obama and Republican House Speaker John Boehner to “Hitler playing golf with Netanyahu,” attempted to clarify his remarks through a post on his website.
Despite initial reports that Clemons was responding well to treatment – and despite a pair of brain surgeries to repair the damage wrought by the stroke – his condition worsened as the week wore on, and he died on Saturday, June 18.
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