The following item appeared in yesterday's edition of the New York Daily News:
Pam Anderson has finally settled her custody battle with ex-husband Tommy Lee, but her fiancé, Kid Rock, apparently still has it out for the former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer.
Lee and Anderson this week reached an agreement in which, sources say, she agreed to abandon her bid for sole custody of their sons, Brandon, 6, and Dylan, 4. Lee agreed to let her take them to Detroit, where Rock has a home. "Tommy and Pam are getting along great," says a source, who claims that "Kid is totally jealous of how friendly they are."
Word is Kid Rock, who turns 32 tomorrow, wasn't pleased to find Lee, 40, sharing the bill during VH1's "Big in 2002" awards last month. Rock was scheduled to perform in a tribute to murdered deejay Jam Master Jay, while Lee was invited to be a presenter.
"Kid Rock threw a hissy fit," says our source. "He said he wouldn't be part of the show if Tommy was in the building. The VH1 execs didn't know what to do. They finally explained the situation to Tommy, who was a gentleman and bowed out."
Reps for both didn't return phone calls, but somehow we feel they were born to rumble.
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