JAMES BROWN's Widow Seeks Sanctuary With TOMMY LEE's Sister

World Entertainment News Network reports that James Brown's widow has called on the sister of rocker Tommy Lee to help her get back on her feet after the death of the soul legend.

Grieving Tomi Rae Hynie has been living with best pal Athena Kottak in California since Brown died on Christmas Day and she found herself locked out of the house she shared with the Godfather Of Soul by his daughters.

Kottak is also the drummer in Hynie's band HARDLY DANGEROUS.

Hynie says, "She's the sister of Tommy Lee from MÖTLEY CRÜE and she's married to the drummer from the SCORPIONS, and they have a big mansion. They're going to rent me out the bottom floor of their house until I find somewhere to live with my son."


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