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Tommy Lee just got played, Michael Sullivan just got PAID!!!
As reported earlier, Sullivan has been in a brutal legal battle with his former employer over $50,000. As Tommy's assistant, Sullivan alleges he slaved away for the drummer for no extra pay and was charged RENT for being forced to stay with him.
Now, Sullivan and Lee have settled and the Motley Crue-r will pay $400K!
The courts ruled that Sullivan deserved a bump in compensation,
Now, Pam is doing MORE good for the world by selling her 2007 Range Rover on eBay for charity!
Specifically, all the proceeds from the car sale will go directly to Sean Penn's J/P Haitian Relief Organization!
Here's what Pam tweeted about it:
Mötley Crüe is hitting up Vegas for a 12 day performance run.
The band will be heading to Sin City in February, performing at The Hard Rock Casino.
Starting on February 3rd, Mötley Crüe will have shows during the Super Bowl, Valentine's Day, and President's Day.
Since reforming in the early 2000s, The Crüe has been slowly building up steam.
The band plans on going on tour in 2012 and will also release a new album.
For Mötley Crüe in Sin City, The Crüe wants to the performances to be interactive.
Drummer Tommy Lee said the following:
We were going to write that the guys was "suing the pants off him," but that would've been too easy! LOL!
Anyway, a new lawsuit is being brought up against Tommy Lee by his former assistant for defamation and failure to pay overtime. The famed ex of Pamela Anderson and Motely Crue drummer apparently treat the guy pretty terribly during the almost six years that they worked together and now, the guys is coming forward.
The plantiff, Michael Sullivan, had his lawyer explain in documentation:
Don't judge just yet! This actually might be interesting!
The premise is that Tommy will travel with an investigative team who will try to unlock the mysterious secrets of some previously unknown "secret societies". Of the show, Tommy says:
“This is the first show that I’ve been a part of that will blow our minds and reveal things that will explain almost all our questions. I’m very excited to be partnering with Syfy on this show. It’s going to be an amazing experience for all involved.”
We're intrigued! It sounds like Ghost Hunters…Rock N' Roll edition!!!
Best of luck with it, Tom!
Think U would tune in for this?
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Looks like this is officially not happening.
At a recent concert in Windsor, Ont., Bret Michaels told the crowd that he'd try to return the following year during a Poison/Motley Crue tour.
On Tuesday, a user on Twitter asked Lee if the rumored 2011 tour was going to happen, to which he responded "NO!"
Eric Sherman, the President of Tenth Street Entertainment, Motley Crue's management, has said that Bret Michaels knows the tour isn't happening and that "he's trying to will it."
Bret has said that the joint tour is a dream he's had for years, and that it "would be an incredible night of rock for the fans."
Here's what Michaels had to say about his idea being shut down:
"Oh well, you can't blame me for trying to put together what I thought would be a great tour for the fans."
There's something kind of sad about this. Bret sounds SO disappointed!
Come on, Motley Crue! It could be an EPIC tour!
Think about it.
Are U disappointed to hear that the Poison/Motley Crue tour isn't happening?
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