Mot­ley Crue’s Vince Neil drops law­suit over so­cial media ac­counts

Cape Breton Post - - ARTS/ENTERTAINMENT -

LAS VE­GAS - A lawyer for Mot­ley Crue front­man Vince Neil says the rocker got back his so­cial media pass­words af­ter su­ing a con­sul­tant he hired and ac­cus­ing her of post­ing online with­out his con­sent. At­tor­ney James Kohl con­firmed Fri­day that Kristy Sin­sara handed over the pass­words and the case was dis­missed in early June. In the March law­suit filed in Las Ve­gas court, Neil said he gave his Face­book and LinkedIn pro­file pass­words to Sin­sara, who said she was a so­cial media brand­ing ex­pert and would man­age the ac­counts. The law­suit ac­cused Sin­sara of hold­ing the pass­words hostage and mak­ing unau­tho­rized posts. Sin­sara has said it was a misun­der­stand­ing and men­tioned Fri­day that Neil had ac­cess to his ac­counts all along.

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