MÖTLEY CRÜE Frontman Attends TRINITY ONE Bash In Boston

Gayle Fee and Laura Raposa of BostonHerald.com report that MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman Vince Neil was "being held captive" in a cabana in the VIP area at at the Park Plaza Castle in Boston by his wife, Lia, who was pretty peeved when a pair of bodacious blondes asked him to pose for a pic with them!

"I felt like saying to her, 'Excuse me, have you seen my husband? Now, he's hot,'' said BB No. 1, according to BostonHerald.com.

Neil was reportedly attending a party celebrating the launch of Trinity One Marketing men Lou Imbriano and Aaron Sells's new company. Retro rocker Eddie Money headlined the bash and then hit the floor to party after DJ AM, aka Adam Goldstein, started spinning '80s pop high atop the historic armory buiding.


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