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Axl Rose Sued By Former Guns N' Roses Member

09/14/2016
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(hennemusic) Former Guns N' Roses keyboardist Chris Pittman is reportedly suing frontman Axl Rose over unpaid wages dating back several years, according to gossip site TMZ.

They report that the keyboardist claims Rose signed a promissory note to him in 2011 stating that he would pay the multi-instrumentalist $125,000 for a year's worth of work by October of 2012 and that bill remains outstanding to this day.

Pitman's suit seeks the original amount - plus interest - for a new total of $163,000. The musician joined Guns N' Roses in 1998 and appeared on 2008's "Chinese Democracy"; he and was on board until earlier this year when Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan announced a mini-reunion lineup that would set out on the "Not In This Lifetime" world tour. Read more here.

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