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Deuce Apparently Beaten Up by Former Bandmates in Hollywood Undead

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Deuce, the co-founder and former member of the rock-rap group Hollywood Undead, was allegedly attacked by his former bandmates after a performance at the nightclub Angels & Kings on May 25.

According to a new report on TMZ, the singer left the club and his former bandmates were “lying in wait” for him. The TMZ report includes the following details about the ousted singer and the night in question: “Deuce claims when they spotted him, they jumped him and went to town — punching, kicking and stomping on him.”

Deuce alleges he was badly hurt and subsequently reported it to authorities. He pointed out former bandmates Dylan “Funny Man” Alvarez and Jorel “J-Dog” Decker as the primary attackers.

According to Deuce, there were also two men videotaping the attack.

Deuce plans to sue and has hired lawyer Donald Karpel.

As of right now, no one from the Hollywood Undead camp has offered a comment on the accusations.

Deuce has not been a member of Hollywood Undead since early 2010 when he was voted out of the band which doesn’t offer much explanation on the timing of the attack other than the seemingly bad blood between the two camps.

Deuce released his solo disc ‘Nine Lives‘ on April 24 and Hollywood Undead’s last release was 2011’s ‘American Tragedy.’

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