Things don't appear to have gone smoothly for Slash and his reported new girlfriend Meegan Hodges, who just moved into a new five-bedroom house in the San Fernando area in Los Angeles.
Writing on her Instagram, Hodges said: "Wow! What a 'welcome to the neighborhood.' Really like to thank TMZ (not) for showing my house on TV and sending wackos setting off my alarm. Thank god for the police their full swat team and helicopter to make me feel safe."
The couple, who previously dated some 25 years ago, also appear to have gotten a matching set of tattoos of GPS coordinates. The numbers correspond to addresses in Woodland Hills, California and Chicago, Illinois, although the locations' significance is unclear.
Slash filed for divorce from his wife of 13 years, Perla Hudson, last month, citing "irreconcilable differences." Slash is asking for joint custody of their two sons: 12-year-old London and 10-year-old Cash.
Slash will tour Japan, Australia, New Zealand and South America for the next two months before returning to the U.S. for a handful of festivals.
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