Nikki Sixx Wins Legal Battle With Stalker
Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx has achieved a legal victory in his ongoing battle with someone accused of stalking him.
In a recent post on X (formerly Twitter), the bassist shared that he had been granted legal fees in a case involving a stalker who had allegedly targeted him and his family. He mentioned that they were currently awaiting sentencing and emphasized the importance of holding such individuals accountable, stating:
“People can’t just do anything when it comes to my family.”
Surprisingly, this marks one of two stalking incidents that Sixx is currently addressing. In November, he revealed that both a “deranged woman from Tennessee” and another stalker from a different region had been harassing and threatening his family. The FBI became involved, and legal actions were initiated against both women.
Updating on the situation, Sixx highlighted that the recent legal victory pertained to the second stalker. He also mentioned a delay in the first stalker’s sentencing due to weather conditions but assured that it was forthcoming. Seeking three years of jail time, he emphasized using the legal system to hold wrongdoers accountable, especially when family members are threatened.
Motley Crue’s 2024 Tour Plans
Motley Crue has a series of performances scheduled for 2024, kicking off with a show at the Hard Rock Hotel in Atlantic City on May 3. The band is set to participate in various major festivals throughout the summer, including Welcome to Rockville and Summerfest.
Simultaneously, the group continues to hint at new music. Sixx has confirmed that Motley Crue will release fresh material in 2024, although specific details have not been disclosed.