June 2, 2002

Tommy Lee on a recent encounter with former MÖTLEY CRÜE bandmate Vince Neil: "I just saw him in Florida. We did the VH1 Fairway to Heaven golf tournament and I walked up to him and we said hello. We don't get along at all but we're cordial to each other. I just looked at him and I was like, 'Wow! God, what's happening to him?' He's so overweight and just looks so sad. I don't really know what's going on with him but he didn't look very good at all. I felt bad for him. Maybe it's possible that he's still searching for some sort of happiness, maybe he hasn't found it yet. I don't know." (source:

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