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November 2, 2011 by staff 

Alicia Jacobs KVBC Channel 3, Motley Crue singer Vince Neil will plead guilty to misdemeanor disorderly conduct, and pay a fine of 1,000 to avoid prosecution on charges that he pushed his ex-girlfriend in a clash in March in a hall of Las Vegas Resort, his lawyer said Monday.

A misdemeanor assault is more serious than domestic violence against Neil reduced when the rocker 50 years old, his plea next Monday in Las Vegas Justice Court, defense attorney David Chesnoff. He said the charge of physical contact would be fired.

“Mr. Neil is sorry he raised his voice,” Chesnoff said.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal first reported on Monday that Clark County, David Roger, district attorney also confirmed the agreement. Roger did not immediately respond to messages from The Associated Press.

Neil, who lives in Las Vegas, could have faced up to six months in jail and a fine and 1,000 if convicted on each count. He is accused of putting the breast of Las Vegas entertainment journalist Alicia Jacobs in a comedy club casino on 24 March and aims to curse and Jacobs and two friends sitting with her. Jacobs told the AP that she was glad Neil was taking responsibility for their actions. “I’m glad the story is over and the book is closed,” he said.

Jacobs had told police he was hit in the finger-poke, which he said came just weeks after Neil and ended a seven-month relationship. Jacobs has previously given his age to reporters and police, 39 and 45. She refused Monday to correct age.

The two other persons named as victims in the fighting, Wayne Newton, sister-in-law and publicist Patricia McCrone, 41, and Las Vegas Sun entertainment columnist John Katsilometes, 45, said they were glad the case was being resolved.

Neil is the leader of a band of four heavy metal known for his bad behavior, party hard, famous girlfriends and hits hard driving in the early 1980 as “Girls, Girls, Girls” and Dr. “Feelgood”. He also owns two tattoo shops and bars in Las Vegas, including one at the Hilton in Las Vegas, where the brightness Comedy Cabaret Club held the confrontation.

Neil served 10 days in the Clark County jail in February for drunken driving in his black Lamborghini in June 2010, near the Strip in Las Vegas. And 585 was also fined and ordered to serve 15 days under house arrest as part of a plea deal that avoided a trial in that case.

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