Motley Crue Frontman Arrested for DUI in Las Vegas

Vince Neil was stopped for suspicion of driving under the influence in Las Vegas early this morning. The former Motley Crue frontman was booked for Nevada DUI at the Clark County Jail, and his bond has been set at $2000. There are few details currently about the arrest, though it reportedly involved an accident.

Neil, 49, has a series of run-ins with law enforcement, including assaulting a music producer in 2002, attacking a prostitute at a Nevada brothel in 2003 and striking a sound engineer at a show in Texas in 2004.

Neil split from the band in 1992 and has pursued a number of business ventures, including a private line of tequila, a strip club, tattoo parlors and a restaurant named ‘Dr. Feelgood’s Bar and Grill’. He released ‘Tattoos and Tequila’, his first solo album in 15 years, on June 22.

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