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Former Vegas hooker sues Vince Neil

April 19, 2004 at 7:52 PM   |   Comments

LAS VEGAS, April 19 (UPI) -- The former prostitute Vince Neil assaulted last year has filed a civil lawsuit against the former Motley Crue frontman, the Las Vegas Sun reported.

The former Moonlite BunnyRanch hooker is also suing the brothel and BunnyRanch owner Dennis Hof, the newspaper said.

The lawsuit, filed in Clark County District Court last week, asks for an unspecified amount in excess of $20,000 for damages, lost wages and other costs stemming from the July 10, 2003, incident, to which Neil pled no contest last month.

Andrea Terry accuses Neil of attacking her after she refused to have sex with him and another prostitute until after he paid $4,000 for each woman.

The lawsuit also claims Hof was negligent because he failed to call police and because the panic button/intercom in her room wasn't working, The Sun reported.

A woman who answered the phone at Neil's home said she was Neil's fiancee and claimed he hadn't seen the lawsuit.

Hof said he believes Terry is an "opportunist" who made up the story, adding Neil was there to sign autographs, but even if he did have sex with Terry she would have known the brothel doesn't charge celebrities.

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