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Nikki Sixx Receives Probation, Momumental $150 Fine
Judge Puts Dent In Crue Bassist’s
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Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx pleaded no contest to misdemeanor charges of inciting a riot and assault on a security guard. Sixx was handed a 30-day suspended jail sentence and placed on probation.

Sixx and former Crue drummer Tommy Lee were arrested following the October 1997 concert at Greensboro (NC) Coliseum in which Sixx allegedly directed racial slurs at a black guard, encouraged the crowd to attack him and (along with Lee) poured beer on his head. Sixx was originally charged with a felony count of riot with ethnic intimidation, assault and disorderly conduct. Under Sixx’s plea arrangement, prosecutors reduced the felony riot charge to inciting a riot, a misdemeanor.

In addition to the suspended jail sentence, Sixx was fined $150 plus court costs. The court also ordered 50 hours of community service, half of which would be commuted if Sixx sat through the non-explicit passages of the Tommy Lee/Pamela Lee sex tape without fast-forwarding.

Still pending is a civil suit filed by the security guard seeking more than $75,000 for claims including verbal assault, battery and intentional infliction of mental distress.

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