Motley Crue - Vince Neil Opens Up About Parking Lot Outburst

Motley Crue star Vince Neil has opened up about his recent outburst in a Las Vegas parking lot when a dispute with valet attendants got out of hand.
The rocker was caught on camera last month (Aug12) cursing at the parking attendants at Sin City's Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino and demanding they return his Rolls-Royce after he failed to produce a valet ticket.
Police were later called to the scene but the singer had left by the time cops showed up.
Neil has now spoken out about the incident and voiced his frustration at seeing his car parked so close, yet being unable to drive it away.
In a statement issued to the More Access TV show on Las Vegas' Fox 5, he says, "I was not given a valet ticket when I first parked my Rolls-Royce. They then refused to give me the car even though it was parked only ten feet away. I gave them my license and told them to simply open the car and look at my registration, and again they refused. This could have been avoided except for the stupidity and incompetence of the valets and security."


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