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Neal Schon Claims Footage Of Alleged Incident With His Wife Michaele Was Edited!

Journey guitarist Neal Schon believes the security footage where his wife, Michaele Schon, former Real Housewives of D.C. star's was altered. Schon's wife was allegedly attacked by a security guard during one of his shows.

Schon posted footage of the 2017 incident, which occurred in Fort Wayne, Indiana, reports The Blast. However, he claims the footage has been edited, and is pointing to a noticeable gap in the video that appears to show Michaele teleport around the stage.

A photo of Michaele, taken before the alleged incident, shows her up at the stage taking photos of her husband.

Credit: The Blast

“They are trying to say that there’s nothing wrong with the film even though as you’ve seen there is clearly 20 seconds missing right when she was attacked and shoved into the PA system,” Schon says.

He adds: “The real problem is that he did not say he was sorry ever and flatly denies that it even happened. My wife Michaele has had MS for years and was doing beautifully until this incident happened.”

Schon claims he will need to get peace before any tour dates start as he says it’s gone on way to long and they have suffered from procrastinating parties ESG, Fort Wayne Hall and Live Nation. They both have filed a lawsuit and are holding Live Nation responsible, reports The Blast.

Schon says his wife is “kind and helpful to all,” and “We are fighting this together and will not stop until.

As previously reported, both Michaele and Neal are suing a security agent, an Indiana event venue and a security company after she was allegedly attacked at one of Neal’s concerts in 2017, according to court documents obtained by Page Six.

The suit was first filed in August 2017. The couple claim in their lawsuit that Neal performed with Journey at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne, Indiana on March 31, 2017 and Michaele attended the concert.

TMZ reports that the concert took place at a Live Nation event. Apparently she attempted to move towards the stage to take photographs when the guard “violently assaulted and forcibly removed” her — causing “personal injuries.”

They are suing for assault and battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress, claiming that the guard’s behavior caused Michaele “mental anguish, mental trauma, humiliation, mortification, fright and indignity.” The couple also claim that his actions triggered a pre-existing health condition.

Meanwhile, the security guard filed his own papers, claiming that Michaele “attempted to enter a restricted area for reasons unknown” but he did not attack her. The venue also denied all of the allegations in a separate filing, according to Page Six.

The publication reports that the case is still ongoing with a hearing set for November 2019.

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