Las Vegas Police Wants VINCE NEIL Charged With Battery

According to, Las Vegas Metro police has recommended a charge of battery domestic violence against MÖTLEY CRÜE singer Vince Neil following an alleged confrontation with his ex-girlfriend at the Hilton last week.

Alicia Jacobs (pictured below with Vince), who works as a TV reporter in Las Vegas, claims that she had a bruise from Neil jabbing at her with his finger during the exchange, which took place at comedian Hal Sparks' show. According to an arrest report, the singer barged into the Shimmer showroom, shouted expletives at the group, poked Jacobs and another woman, and stormed out. But Neil is adamant he never laid a finger on Alicia, claiming she was the aggressor during the incident.

Neil told Las Vegas Weekly, "I never touched her! She's the one who followed me out into the casino afterwards. I was with four hotel executives. They know it didn't happen."

Neil added, "I didn't go over to her for any other reason than to be friendly, polite and introduce her to people I was there in business meetings with — and several Hilton executives. She was with a couple, and I let off on him for continuing to write stuff that simply wasn't true. He swore at me to go screw myself; I told him the same. Then the others got agitated, and I told them the same. Then I immediately walked away with the Hilton people. That fast — no screaming or hitting or touching."

Neil claims that Jacobs then followed him into the casino, but that he "ignored it and didn't want any part of it. I turned and walked away without saying a word to her. So she called the police. Twelve hours later, she's on every radio station she could find to say how frightened she was, how scared she was and why she had to call the police."

The singer continued that even though he was staying in the hotel, the police never came to speak with him. He said about Jacobs' accusation, "A complete lie. The executives with me told the police there was absolutely no hitting, not even touching! But now the fake drama continues — it's becoming a battery case. It simply didn't happen, and they all know it."

Jacobs split with Neil last month, shortly after he finished a short prison stint stemming from a DUI arrest last June.

The Clark County District Attorney's Office will decide whether to file charges against Neil.

Photo below taken by Scott Harrison


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