Motley Crue rocker Vince Neil faces domestic violence charges

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Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil is facing domestic violence and disorderly conduct charges in Las Vegas.

His ex-girlfriend Alicia Jacobs filed a criminal complaint Tuesday that accuses Neil, 50, of poking his finger into her chest in addition to cursing at or poking two of her friends in a casino on March 24.

David Chesnoff, the musician’s lawyer told, the Associated Press ‘there are two sides to the story, and that Neil will plead not guilty to the battery and disorderly conduct charges.’


Neil allegedly forced ‘his way into the Shimmer lounge [at the Las Vegas Hilton] while a performance was occurring’ .... and poked three people with his right index finger’ each time stating an expletive, according to court documents.

Neil claimed he was the real victim in the altercation, claiming that Jacobs scratched him, drawing blood, he told TMZ.

Neil is to appear in court May 2.

The charges come less than six weeks after he was released from the Clark County jail for driving drunk on the Las Vegas strip last summer. Her served 10 days and was released Feb. 25 and is still on probation.


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The Associated Press contributed to this report.