The American rock & pop band Monkees' last survivor, Micky Dolenz has filed a lawsuit against the FBI for possessing secret documents on him and his former bandmates. 

The Monkees' only surviving member, Micky Dolenz believes that the FBI holds some secret files that may involve him and his former bandmates.

It is believed that the FBI currently possesses the Monkees' secret records that were gathered on the group in the late 1960s during their first US tour.

Dolenz tried to gain complete access to those files through a Freedom of Information Act request in June 2022, but his attempt was vain and ended up with no results.

Now, the band's only surviving member, Micky Dolenz has filed a lawsuit against the FBI in order to gain complete access to the secret dossier that the FBI has.

Micky Dolenz, Davy Jones, Peter Tork, and Michael Nesmith were the four youths who together formed "The Monkees" band in Los Angeles in 1966.

The Monkees' secret dossier which the FBI possesses, is said to have some descriptions of ‘anti-US messages on the war in Vietnam’.