Vince Neil Pleads Guilty To Disorderly Conduct In Las Vegas

Vince Neil's mug shot from the Clark County Detention Center, Nevada, Feb. 15, 2011 Vince Neil's mug shot from the Clark County Detention Center, Nevada, Feb. 15, 2011

A lawyer entered a guilty plea for rocker Vince Neil to end a court case stemming from a confrontation he had with his ex-girlfriend at a Las Vegas lounge.

The 50-year-old Motley Crue singer didn’t appear in court Monday when a Las Vegas judge accepted a plea deal in the misdemeanor disorderly conduct case. Neil’s lawyer paid a $1,000 fine on his behalf.

The justice of the peace dismissed a more serious misdemeanor charge of battery constituting domestic violence and declared the case closed.

Neil could have faced a year in jail if he’d been convicted.

His attorney, Richard Schonfeld, acknowledged that Neil pointed and cursed at Las Vegas entertainment reporter Alicia Jacobs and two of her friends in a casino comedy club last March 24.

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