Vince Neil - Vince Neil's Disorderly Conduct Case Closed

Motley Crue rocker Vince Neil has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanour charge of disorderly conduct stemming from an altercation with an ex-girlfriend in Las Vegas earlier this year (11).
The singer initially denied charges of misdemeanour battery and disorderly conduct for allegedly shouting obscenities at TV reporter Alicia Jacobs during the clash in March (11).
Earlier this month (Nov11), Neil agreed a plea deal to resolve the case, and on Monday (07Nov11), the star's lawyer officially submitted the agreement, which was accepted by a Sin City judge.
Neil's attorney paid a $1,000 (£667) fine on the rocker's behalf, while Clark County prosecutors agreed to drop the more serious battery charge.


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