NIKKI SIXX Responds To VINCE NEIL's Lawsuit Threat: He Was 'Very Drunk'

April 25, 2003

MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx has responded to vocalist Vince Neil's threats of a lawsuit over CRÜE's reunion plans, telling unofficial CRÜE fan site Chronological Crue that he heard Vince's controversial interview on "The Howard Stern Show" yesterday morning and felt that Vince sounded "very drunk" during his appearance on the show. He went on to say that has "no idea" what Vince was talking about, claiming that all the members had previously agreed that until the original four were ready, there wouldn't be a tour. According to Nikki, former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee hasn't been ready to come back to the band, and guitarist Mick Mars' health has also been an obstacle with regards to possible reunion plans, so he doesn't know why Vince is now "pointing the bone" at him.

(Thanks: Chronological Crue)

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