DJ AM took to his blog to clear up a yucky rumor that's floating out there regarding the airplane crash lawsuits he's filed.
Here's what he has to say:
DECEMBER 30, 2008
Hello All -
Normally I don't feel like I NEED to make a statement like this, but after I read some recently reported untruths I feel like I have to. I want to take a second to address the hurtful posts and clear up any misunderstandings any of you may have about my law suit. I would NEVER sue the deceased pilots' estates or personal holdings. I am more than grateful that I survived this horrible accident and I'd never try to take anything from those that didn't. Despite the misinterpretations of the lawsuit, this suit is against the insurance companies that insured the pilots. I'm not after Sarah's or James' personal estates nor their property. Everyone involved in this suit has suffered a great deal, and I would not do anything to make matters worse for the deceased family and friends. Daily I live with the guilt and grief of what happened that night, what I saw, who was lost and why I was spared. I have no words to express the pain that comes with knowing four people died, while I lived.
Adam "DJ AM" Goldstein
We hear AM and Travis Barker are reuniting for their first performance post-crash at LA's Wiltern Theater tonight, New Year's Eve.
You're in our thoughts AM and Travis! Enjoy the night with your friends and family!
And hopefully those that lost loved ones in that tragic plane crash are not suffering, at least not for tonight.
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