Friday, March 26, 2010

Azoff Suing Axl for 1.8 Million Dollars

Axl Rose has allegedly been hogging some of Guns 'N Roses' profits - and now one company says it's looking to get its hands on his money, honey.

Front Line Management claims it was hired to be Axl's personal manager in 2008 - and was promised via an oral agreement, a 15% cut of all the cash Guns N' Roses raked in ... but never got a penny.

In the lawsuit, filed Thursday in LA County Superior Court, Front Line claims the band made in excess of $12,470,000 while performing throughout Asia, Canada and South America.

The company says it wants at least $1,870,500.

Azoff is widely credited for having helped to get Guns N' Roses' 2008 album, Chinese Democracy, finally released after a 15-year wait.

Calls to Axl's people have not been returned.


Omar said...

A management company that doesn't have a 'signed written agreement'?


Okay, I'm not even saying that Axl can't be screwing them over. I just do not believe that a management label will do ANYTHING without a signed written contract.

This sounds WAY iffy.

Mack Arillo said...

Agreed. Oral agreement? Very iffy.