(CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Trouble is brewing in the world of little people Kiss Tribute Bands.
Joey Fatale, leader of the all little person Kiss tribute Minikiss has been accused by his ex-band mate, Tim Loomis, also a little person who heads up a different Kiss tribute band TinyKiss, of infiltrating a St. Patrick's Day show to pick a fight.
Loomis, who used to be the drummer for MiniKiss with Fatale, had split off, forming his own Kiss tribute act composed of little people and one heavyset woman.
Jeff Beacher, from Beacher's Madhouse in Las Vegas told the LA Times that Fatale "tried to sneak in saying he was Tiny Kiss" and had to be escorted from the premises by Hard Rock Hotel security personnel.
Loomis has told the New York Post that Fatale had come to the Vegas show with the express intention of causing trouble by causing a fight and that he had previously been threatening Loomis over the phone.
Fatale denies the accusations and his attorneys have filed a cease & desist letter trying to prevent TinyKiss from performing. Fatale says he has "nothing to say" about Loomis, except, "He's a nice guy." And, he added, "This is all a big publicity act for the guy at Beacher's."