Vince Neil Accused Of Attacking Woman In Elevator, But The Cameras Say Otherwise


We wouldn’t be surprised to hear that Vince Neil attacked a woman in a hotel elevator, but it doesn’t mean we won’t be disappointed by it. Vince Neil’s Las Vegas Hilton elevator assault supposedly began when victim Jessica Radovicz noticed the former Mötley Crüe front man,  and asked if he was “on TV”. According to Radovicz, “As the elevator doors were closing … [Vince] lunged at me and tried to push me out. One of his lady friends said, ‘Get out, bitch!'” You should never, ever ask a washed-up rock star if you know them from TV; it’s like going to the zoo and staring a wolf in the eyes. You can’t stop what you are about to unleash, especially if the wolf is with his “lady friends”.

Radovicz eventually went to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police with her story, and says she has bruises to prove the attack happened.  However, a rep for the Las Vegas Hilton has since produced security camera footage they insist shows Neil is blameless, claiming “after reviewing surveillance video and interviewing witnesses, we’ve concluded that her allegations against Vince Neil are completely unfounded.” The accusation is just the latest event in Vince’s incredibly busy year. Over the past two and half months alone, Neil has racked up a DUI and a solo album release, dealt with the death of his and Heidi Montag’s plastic surgeon, and now stands accused of hulking out on an unsuspecting bystander. Or as Vince Neil likes to call it, summertime.

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