Friday, April 1, 2011

Motley Crue: Las Vegas police recommend charges for Vince Neil

Rocker Vince Neil's outburst at his ex-girlfriend and others last week may cost him another criminal case in Sin City.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports Las Vegas police are recommending a charge of battery domestic violence to the district attorney's office after the March 24 incident when Neil allegedly poked ex-girlfriend and entertainment reporter Alicia Jacobs in the right shoulder leaving a bruise, a police spokesman said.

Jacobs was with several friends who witnessed the Motley Crue frontman's obscenity-laced tirade on Jacobs and the poking. A photo of the bruise was posted on the gossip website

TMZ: Alicia Jacob's injury

Prosecutors will next review the case and determine what, if any, charges will be pursued. Neil has denied ever touching Jacobs, according to

Neil and Jacobs split earlier in March after a seven month relationship. Jacobs issued a statement that the break-up was "due to the decisions Vince continues to make."

On Wednesday, TMZ reported that Vince claims HE was the victim in an alleged assault last week between him and his ex-GF, insisting she left several bloody marks on his skin. The news site also posted a photo of Neil’s alleged injuries.

TMZ said it was told Neil is considering pressing charges of his own.

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