Guns N' Roses Face 1.8 Million Dollars Lawsuit Filed by Management Company
Guns N' Roses are facing legal action from the bosses of a personal management company who allege the band owe them $1.870.500 for work they carried out during a 2008 world tour. Front Line Management executives have filed a lawsuit at Los Angeles County Superior Court, claiming they were hired as frontman Axl Rose's personal management team during a trek through Asia, Canada and South America.
In the legal papers, obtained by TMZ, the firm's bosses claim they were promised 15 per cent of all money the band made during the tour, but they allege they haven't received any money. They're asking for at least $1.8 million in commissions.
Guns N' Roses themselves recently held surprise performance for fashion designer John Varvatos in New York City in February. Delivering 17 hit songs, Axl Rose told the crowd, "This was the best fucking show of our tour!"
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