Singer Vince Neil of Motley Crue, found himself accused of attacking a woman in a Las Vegas Hilton hotel elevator on September 5th. She reported the attack to the police and Neil found himself being targeted with assault allegations.
Jessica Radovicz, the “victim,” said that Neil grabbed her and threw her against the walls of an elevator multiple times without any provocation. She also said that she had bruises on her arm from the attack and showed them as proof in her video. You can watch her video description of the attack here.
But after further investigation and review of the hotel’s security tape it was proven that the attack never occurred and that Radovicz was making the whole thing up:
“After reviewing surveillance video and interviewing witnesses, we’ve concluded that her allegations against Vince Neil are completely unfounded. We also understand that the local authorities have deemed her allegations to be without merit. Accordingly, we consider the matter closed,” said a hotel representative.
After getting some bad publicity due to this woman’s attempt to extort money from the singer, Vince Neil was proven innocent and all the charges were dismissed. This story goes to show that security cameras aren’t just for proving crimes, but also for disproving false allegations of crimes as well.
(Via Fox News)