According to the Daily Mail,
Guitarist Slash is banning his estranged wife Perla Ferrar from seeing both him, and their son London Hudson, 16, from performing Tuesday night.
Slash will be headlining the show Tuesday at the Hollywood Palladium, with London’s band Classless Act set to open, but TMZ reports that Slash, 53, has banned her from the arena.
Sources claim that someone from Slash’s team informed Ferrar, 43, that she would not be able to attend, but her recent Instagram post seems to indicate she’s going anyway.
She included the hashtag #icouldntbemoreproud while including a promotional image of the Hollywood Palladium, where the concert will take place.
TMZ reached out to Slash to see if he would take further measures to prevent Perla from attending, but there has been no word back from his camp yet.
Mother and son: ‘Can’t wait to see my baby boy London open for his father at this historical event tomorrow night,’ Ferrar said on Instagram on Monday
After a more than three-year divorce battle, Slash agreed to pay over $6.6 million to Perla, plus $100,000 per month in spousal support and $39,000 in child support.
Slash (real name Saul Hudson) married Ferrar in 2001, but the legendary guitarist filed for divorce in 2010.
The couple reconciled just a few months later, but he re-filed for divorce in 2014, but the divorce was just finalized in September.
New show: TMZ reached out to Slash to see if he would take further measures to prevent Perla from attending, but there has been no word back from his camp yet
The divorce proceedings were quite contentious between the couple, with Ferrar accusing Slash’s new girlfriend, Meegan Hodges, of creating an Instagram account that has been trolling her.
Slash will be performing with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, with Slash’s son’s band Classless Act serving as the opening act.
After the Tuesday night show, Slash then embarks on an international tour, which kicks off with eight shows with Guns n Roses starting November 8 in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Slash’s son: Slash will be performing with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, with Slash’s son’s (above) band Classless Act serving as the opening act
After eight shows with Guns n Roses, Slash will embark on a European tour on his own, starting February 7, 2019 in Offenbach, Germany.
The tour wraps up March 15, 2019 in Libson, Portugal.
For those who will be attending the Palladium show on Tuesday night, Slash announced on Twitter that you can help him make a ‘live music video’ with the cine_body app.