It's taken 25 years, two convictions for driving under the influence, and one tragically deadly accident
, but Mötley Crüe singer Vince Neil seems to now understand the intricacies of the laws prohibiting the operation of motor vehicles while imbibing alcohol. "I have recognized that you can't drink and drive at all," Neil said in a statement
released last night, after he he agreed to plead guilty to drunk driving when he appears in court next week. He'll serve two weeks in jail for taking a boozy spin in his Lamborghini over the summer in Las Vegas.
Interestingly, someone tangentially related to the Crüe has also had an epiphany, too! According to TMZ, a guy named Ron Toma has belatedly realized that he actually owns the rights to the photo snapped by Michael Pinter that appears on the cover of the band's "Too Fast for Love" and is suing to get the band and Live Nation to stop selling hoodies that feature the image. If someone's gonna sue over that album art, shouldn't it be the Rolling Stones?
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