Thursday, March 19, 2015
Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil has found himself in a legal dispute over his social media accounts.
The Las Vegas Review Journal reports Neil has filed a lawsuit against an Oregon woman, Kristy Sinsara, in an effort to have her relinquish control of his social media accounts.
An agreement between the two gave Sinsara administrative control of his accounts while Neil retained ownership; while the singer’s complaint confirms Sinsara created content for Neil on his behalf for a period of time, he claims she is making unauthorized posts that the public and his fans believe are being made by him.
Late last year, the lawsuit alleges, Neil terminated the agreement and asked Sinsara to return control of the accounts to him, and he claims that hasn’t fully happened to date.
More details are available at reviewjournal.com
Motley Crue recently completed a 5-date tour of Japan and announced a series of Australian concert dates in May.
They’ll play three European festivals in June before launching the final North American leg on July 22 in Eugene, OR.
The band will wrap up their performing career with three dates at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, playing their last show on December 31.
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