TOMMY LEE Spins Tunes In Miami: Photos Available

According to the Miami Herald, a shirtless Tommy Lee (MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer) spun at Mynt in Miami, Florida Thursday night (Nov. 23) for three hours, while movie director and Miami native Brett Ratner looked and listened. On Friday night, Lee hosted and DJ-ed Snatch's one-year anniversary party, where we hear he couldn't get enough of the bar's mechanical bull. According to one witness, "Tommy's girlfriend got quite defensive when the Snatch ladies were dancing with 'her man.' "

Check out pictures of Tommy Lee at Snatch from Wire Image.

As previously reported, Tommy Lee attended the launch of "Peoples Liberation for Tommy Lee" (PL for TL) clothing line at the Bloomingdale's West Coast flagship store in San Francisco, California on Thursday (November 16). Check out pictures from WENN, Film Magic, and Wire Image.


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