Vince Neil Banned from Vegas Casino
Weeks after opening his own late night establishment in Las Vegas, Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil has been asked to permanently refrain from entering the doors of another. After a Twitter War that would make Donald Trump jealous, Neil is no longer allowed inside the Palms casino.
However, it doesn't sound like he's upset about it. Last Thursday Neil was allegedly asked to leave the Little Buddha restaurant inside the Palms, although it's not clear why. In response to Neil's tweet-warfare, Palms' executives chose to only classify his behavior as mistreatment of team members.
"I love Vegas, but DO NOT GO TO LITTLE BUDDHA @palms IN VEGAS!! OMG RUDEST STAFF EVER!! Don't go!!" Neil tweeted Thursday night (March 28). The situation laid dormant until last night when The Palms responded in what amounts to a press release 140 characters at a time.
"...We believe this is unfortunate, and would prefer that Mr. Neil put his efforts toward apologizing for his conduct," the Palms wrote before adding, "As a result of his actions, Mr. Neil is no longer welcome at Palms."
As of now, Neil has taken the last shot. "@palms can say what they want. It's all lie's. F--k the executives!! I'll name names later!!"
The Las Vegas Sun reports that Neil is friendly with George Maloof, the owner of the Palms, and in another tweet the singer reaffirms his respect for that executive.