GUNS N’ ROSES Singer Settles Lawsuit Over Leased Car

According to TMZ.com, GUNS N’ ROSES lead singer Axl Rose has agreed to pay $53,000 to cover the damages he allegedly caused to a 2006 Bentley Flying Spur car.

Axl leased the $192,000 vehicle through Bentley Financial Services back in 2005 and returned it several months past the actual due date with some serious damage, including a cracked windshield, two damaged tires, broken glass on the left rear tail light, two dented doors and a gouged bumper. In addition, Axl allegedly turned in a “mismatched spare key” and a “broken remote key,” and he was 42,397 miles over his contracted limit.

Axl was sued by Bentley Financial Services last year for $73,976.42 in payments and fees on the vehicle, and last week, Axl finally settled the case.

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