MÖTLEY CRÜE's VINCE NEIL Files Lawsuit To Regain Control Of Facebook Account

March 19, 2015

According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, MÖTLEY CRÜE singer Vince Neil has filed a lawsuit against an Oregon woman in order to regain control of his social media accounts.

In the lawsuit, which was filed March 13 in Clark County District Court, Neil accuses Kristy Sinsara, who says she "was once a social media strategist by trade," of making posts without his consent that his fans believe are being made by him.

After being approached by Kristy, "Neil agreed to give Sinsara access to and administrative control over his accounts, but Neil retained ownership of the accounts," the complaint says.

"For a period of time Sinsara created content for Neil's accounts," the complaint adds.

"Even though Sinsara agreed to relinquish control over the accounts on December 26, 2014 and again on March 1, 2015, she has and continues to maintain control over the accounts and makes unauthorized posts on the accounts," the lawsuit says.

"Sinsara maintains control over the accounts because she is using them to trade on Neil's fame and celebrity as a means of promoting Sinsara and her works," the complaint states.

Speaking to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Sinsara, who is editor-in-chief of Living Echo Social, an online magazine that discusses relationships, and an author of three self-help books, denied the allegations and revealed her suspicions that the lawsuit was the result of her dispute with Neil's girlfriend, Las Vegas celebrity makeup artist and beauty educator Rain Hannah.

"This is not a Vince thing," Sinsara said. "This is a Rain Hannah thing."

She added that she has not posted anything on Neil's social media pages since January.

"The last time I posted something was with his approval," she said.

"This whole thing is being spun into an absolute lie."

Read more at Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Pictured below (left to right): Vince Neil, Kristy Sinsara, Rain Hannah

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