Mötley Crüe are being sued to the tune of $30 million by a band who supported them on tour in 2014.
The New York Post reports that New York-hailing rock outfit The Raskins are suing the band for sabotaging their opportunity to open for Crüe due to a series of hazing activities.
The worst of those allegedly came when members of Crüe‘s crew ran out on stage during a set and sprayed The Raskins “with water guns filled with urine.”
In addition The Raskins, who paid $1 million to join the tour – claim that they were forced to play very brief sets in venues that were mostly empty because managers often refused to open the doors for shows whilst they were playing.
They also allege in the lawsuit that the public address system was often turned off or interfered with during their shows, they weren’t allowed to sell merchandise and weren’t given dressing rooms.
The Raskins have named Tenth Street Entertainment, AGI and other production companies along with Mötley Crüe in the lawsuit.
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