A security guard who claims GUNS N' ROSES frontman Axl Rose kicked him in the head at a concert over a decade ago has filed suit against the rocker.
Gary Armijo claims he was "intentionally kicked in the head" by Rose during a Los Angeles show in 1996.
In a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, the security guard alleges Rose left him with "severe physical injuries".
The rock star's attorney, Howard Weitzman, tells TMZ.com, "The allegations in this lawsuit are frivolous. There is video of this incident which contradicts the allegations against Axl.
"Axl vehemently denies he did anything wrong, which will be proven via witnesses and the video.
"Unfortunately anyone can file a lawsuit whether it has merit or not. In my opinion, this is a pathetic attempt to get money from Axl."
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