Philadelphia Daily News is reporting that former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach was ejected from Atlantic City's Borgata Wednesday night (Aug. 17) during the MÖTLEY CRÜE show.
According to a source cited in the report, it started in the VIP area of the concert hall where Bach twice asked the Philadelphia Daily News source to move because he/she had been blocking his view. Later Bach approached and put his arm around the source and declared, "I'm a MÖTLEY CRÜE fan," to which the source replied, "I'm a 'Gilmore Girls' fan.
Bach, a regular on the chick-friendly show, reportedly quickly turned away while Sebastian's "lovely companion" gave the Philadelphia Daily News source "a death stare."
The two crossed paths again later when the Philadelphia Daily News source was leaving the bathroom and Bach was leaving the Borgata — surrounded by a group of large security types.
Only Bach wasn't leaving the Borgata.
He was being escorted from the VIP area to the backstage area to be closer to the CRÜE. That's the Borgata's story and they're sticking to it.
According to the report, MÖTLEY CRÜE also behaved themselves. After the show, Vince Neil, Mick Mars, and Nikki Sixx ordered room service to their own rooms, while Tommy Lee hung out with fans in the Gypsy Bar and B Bar, and posed for pictures.
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