A lawsuit by a TV producer who alleged Sex Pistols rocker Johnny Rotten punched her in the face has been settled out of court.
In June 2008, Roxanne Davis filed suit against the hellraising punk – real name John Lydon – after he allegedly called her a “c**t” and punched her in the face after being left unsatisfied with his accommodation at th e five star Los Angeles Ritz Carlton hotel.
Davis, who worked on a reality TV show on which Lydon was a judge, accu sed the star of sexual harassment, assault and battery.
Earlier this month (Sep10), Davis asked an L.A. judge to dismiss the ca se after both parties decided to settle out of court.
The producer’s lawyer, Keith Fink, tells TMZ.com that the matter “has been satisfactorily settled.”
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Sid Vicious played most of his post-Sex Pistols gigs at Max’s, including his final public performance.
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Pretty cool stuff, don’t ya think?
John Lyndon has received hate mail after announcing plans to perform in Is rael weeks after acts like the Pixies and Elvis Costello boycotted the co untry in protest over its policy towards Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.
The former Sex Pistols star, aka Johnny Rotten, will take the reformed Public Image Ltd. to Tel Aviv for a concert and he reveals the decision h asn’t been a popular one – but he has no plans to back down.
Lydon tells the BBC, “Of course, there are all sorts of terrible politi cs going on down there but there is just about all over the world. You ca nnot separate yourself from your audience because of the political powers -that-be.
“I’m anti-government… and I shall be making that loud and clearly pro ud once I’m in Israel.
“We’ve received a lot of hate mail… (but) I say, ‘Don’t be so ignoran t, it’s John speaking here and I’m going there to cause trouble and I wil l do it musically.'”