Tommy Lee Warns Mötley Crüe Fans About His ‘Fake’ Online Manager

Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee recently warned the fans on Instagram about the person who introduced themselves as his manager on social media.

Tommy Lee became a massive part of the metal scene when Mötley Crüe’s debut album ‘Too Fast for Love’ was released in 1981. The band’s achievements continued escalating with the upcoming albums. Their breakthrough record was the 1983 album’ Shout at the Devil.’ It put the group among the top-selling metal acts in that period.

Lee continued to have massive achievements in the music scene with other albums like ‘Girls, Girls, Girls’ and ‘Dr. Feelgood.’ Apart from hitting the road and releasing record-breaking albums, he also established the band Methods of Mayhem as a solo and side project. Although he became distant from the band, the drummer contributed to several works.

In 2007, Nikki Sixx announced that Lee parted ways with the band. Supposedly, Lee resigned after he sued his manager Carl Stubner for forcing him to appear on TV shows, causing him to cancel his tour in 2006. However, the guitarist Vince Neil denied the news and informed the audience that they would enter the studio for the upcoming album together. Lee recorded ‘Saint of Los Angeles’ and hit the road with the band for a tour in 2008.

In the present day, there was another manager issue that Lee faced. As the rocker shared on his Instagram, he warned his fans about a fake manager. The drummer has stated that an account named Annabelle Johnson has cheated people by claiming she is Lee’s manager. He told people what they sent in a direct message by warning his fans not to believe in them. The rock star said that they should have been aware of whether there was a blue tic on the account or not.

In his IG post, Tommy Lee wrote:

“This fake *ss b*tch Annabelle Johnson has nothing to do with me! If there’s no blue tic, keep it moving!”

The number of cyber criminals is increasing, especially by using the names of famous people, with social media reaching a large audience. One of these names exposed to this incident was Tommy Lee recently. Mötley Crüe drummer warned fans about the fake account introducing themselves as his manager, preventing his fans from being conned.