Wolfgang Van Halen Accuses 'Us Weekly' Of Telling Lies About Family
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Wolfgang Van Halen has accused Us Weekly of spreading lies about his family and the death of his father Eddie Van Halen.
The legendary guitar player died in October following a years-long battle with cancer.
In a Twitter post on Sunday, Van Halen blasted the entertainment magazine over a cover story published in it.
His post was accompanied by a picture of the cover of the new issue of the magazine which features his mother Valerie Bertinelli alongside the headline, "Love, Loss & Staying Strong."
"The only thing printed in this piece of toilet paper that's true is that we all loved my father. This is not a new interview. My mother did not speak to them for this. That is all," Wolfgang Van Halen tweeted.
"I know what a lot of you are going to say. 'Just ignore it, bro!'" he added.
The Van Halen bassist vowed that he is not going to stand by and let people publish lies and make his "family's tragedy someone else's entertainment."
Van Halen, one of the greatest electric guitar players of his generation, and Bertinelli officially divorced in 2007.