More On TOMMY LEE's Bust-Up With Actor JOSH DUHAMEL

The New York Post has published another insider's take on MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee's run-in with "Las Vegas" actor Josh Duhamel at Bella nightclub in Los Angeles Tuesday night (June 27). A spy said that while Duhamel pounded on the men's room door and yelled "Hurry up!", a friend told Josh, "Stop, Tommy's in there", but "Josh replied, 'Tommy who? Tommy Lee, who cares?' Tommy heard that and came out of the bathroom. Words were exchanged and Josh ended up on the floor — I don't know if he was pushed or punched. Josh bolted outside and called for Tommy to meet him and 'fight like a man.' Tommy was restrained and sent out the back door by security. Josh never did get to use the bathroom."

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