Vince Neil's mugshot following his 2010 arrest for drunken driving
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -
The Palms won't be pushed around by Vince Neil.
In a statement to FOX5, a spokesman for the Las Vegas resort addressed the dispute between the Motley Crue singer and the property, which set Twitter ablaze late Monday night.
Neil, 51, fired off the first tweet, claiming he would never again set foot in the property, due to "distrust and dishonesty at the executive level."
He continued the rant by suggesting spring break crowds stay away.
The property responded in a statement, saying Neil, "fails to mention his own actions. As a result of Mr. Neil's inappropriate behavior, he was asked to leave a restaurant at Palms."
"Mr. Neil has also since called Palms personnel threatening negative publicity," the statement continued. "While we believe this is unfortunate, and we would prefer that Mr. Neil put his efforts toward apologizing for his conduct, such threats will have no effect on Palms' policies or its decision in this matter."
"We at Palms take customer service very seriously, but we also take the well being of our team members just as seriously. We cannot and will not allow our guests, no matter who they are, to mistreat our team members. As a result of his actions, Mr. Neil is no longer welcome at Palms," the statement concluded.
Neil wouldn't let up in his Twitter tirade, however, calling the Palms' statements a "lie" and threatening to "name names later."
This isn't the first time Neil's behavior has landed him in trouble at a Las Vegas resort. Last year he was hit with a battery complaint after barging in on a comedy show at the Hilton and confronting his ex-girlfriend in the audience.
A year earlier he was arrested for drunken driving after leaving a party at the Hilton.
Neil recently opened a strip club in Las Vegas named after Motley Crue's 1987 album "Girls, Girls, Girls."
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