Jon Bon Jovi Tells His Side Of Richie Sambora Split

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(Classic Rock) Jon Bon Jovi says the only contact he's had in three years with Richie Sambora has been via social media. The guitarist left the band at short notice in 2013, although the frontman has since said there's no bad feeling between them.

But the episode kicked off a period of Bon Jovi's life that he says has been so dark that he can't begin to describe it. He tells the Mirror: "Everything was great and we were just coming off a break - but he never came back to work. It was a shock.

"There was never a fight. There was never an argument. It certainly wasn't about money. He has since reached out on social media, which was very kind. But we never saw him again. Nobody." Read more here.

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