The following item appeared in today's edition of the New York Post:Don't mess with Mayte's man. Tommy Lee's girlfriend used her dancing prowess to vanquish a rival Monday at Lotus [in New York City]. A scantily clad strumpet was bumping and grinding atop the tables of Scott Stapp and his band CREED, DMX and LIL' KIM, popsters BB MAK and singer EVERLAST before she jumped onto Lee's table. Miffed that Lee was drooling over the dancer, Mayte — who used to jiggle on stage with ex-hubby Prince — jumped up and out-shimmied the interloper. "It was basically a go-go dance-off, and Mayte won," says our spy.
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