Mötley Crüe’s Vince Neil charged with domestic violence and disorderly conduct

Singer's former girlfriend files charges after incident at Las Vegas hotel last month (March 24)

Motley Crue front man Vince Neil has been charged with domestic violence and disorderly conduct, reports US gossip website TMZ.com.

Neil, who has recently been released from prison after serving a 10-day sentence for drink driving is alleged to forced his way into a Hal Sparks performance at a Las Vegas hotel on March 24 and poked three people with his right index finger, swearing as he did it.

According to court documents filed in Clark County, Nevada, Neil’s former girlfriend Alicia Jacobs has said that Neil “forcefully poked in her right shoulder blade”.


Jacob’s companions at the event, John Katsilometes and Patricia McCrone, are listed in the court documents as the others who Neil is accused of hurting.

Neil has previously said he didn’t touch Jacobs and told TMZ in an interview that he is considering pressing separate charges of his own, as he alleges Jacobs scratched him during the incident.