Access Hollywood is reporting that two former husbands of Pamela Anderson engaged in a physical altercation at the 2007 "MTV Video Music Awards" Sunday night.The two men — Tommy Lee of the rock band MÖTLEY CRÜE and Kid Rock, appeared to get physical in the audience. According to a source who witnessed the event, Tommy Lee was sitting with magician Criss Angel. The two went over to see Diddy who was sitting in close proximity to Kid Rock. At some point after the twosome made their way over to Diddy, "all hell broke loose," the source told Access. People immediately gathered around the fracas and both Lee and Kid Rock were escorted out. Angel followed shortly after, though it did not appear, the witness told Access, that the magician was escorted out. It was unclear at the time of press, what the scuffle was over, but from the stage, actor Jamie Foxx made a reference to the incident, saying, "Let's stop all of this white-on-white crime." Anderson herself was at the event, and made an appearance on stage. She appeared to have brought magician Hans Klok to the show. Check out a photo of Tommy Lee being escorted out of the "MTV Video Music Awards" at Access Hollywood.
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