TOMMY LEE: Back In Santa Monica Court
Tommy Lee appeared in Santa Monica Court yesterday morning (April 15) for more testimony from witnesses in a wrongful death civil trial involving the former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer. Check out the pictures here.
The lawsuit claims Lee was negligent in the drowning of 4-year-old Daniel Karven-Veres, who was attending a swim party at the musician's Malibu home.
The boy, whose parents are actress Ursula Karven and TV producer James Veres, drowned June 16, 2001, during the poolside party for then 4-year-old Brandon, one of two sons Lee had with actress Pamela Anderson.
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