GUNS N' ROSES are being sued by a logistics company that claims the rockers have not paid them for work carried out on the band's 2006 tour.
Starlift Logistics alleges the Welcome To The Jungle stars - fronted by Axl Rose - has $107,000 (GBP53,500) in unpaid legal bills.
In the suit, filed in a New Jersey court, the firm claims it was hired by Black Frog touring and LL management to provide transportation and touring services on behalf of Guns N' Roses, reports website TMZ.com.
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