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In the never-ending string of the rich and famous being arrested for driving under the influence, Velvet Revolver lead singer Scott Weiland adds his name to the ever-growing list.
If the name Scott Weiland sounds familiar, but you can't quite place his face, he was once the lead singer of 90's grunge band Stone Temple Pilots.
It was while on tour in the early 1990's that Weiland had his first experience with heroin.
Over the years, Weiland was arrested multiple times for buying illegal drugs.
After his sentence was completed in 2000, Weiland was drug-free.
A few years later, Weiland was asked to front Velvet Revolver.
This recent DUI charge stems from a November 2007 car accident in Los Angeles in which officers at the scene claim that Weiland failed a field sobriety test.
Weiland's management states that he submitted voluntarily to a Breathalyzer test and that the results do not indicate that the singer was intoxicated.
The next couple of decades brought more scathing reviews along with an embarrassing amount of problems centered on the drug issues of singer, Scott Weiland.
Stone Temple Pilots got their start when singer Scott Weiland and bass player Rob DeLeo met when they found out they were dating the same girl.
Soon, the girl was gone, and Weiland and DeLeo were sharing her old apartment and putting together a band.
Things took a turn for the worse after the release of Purple, however, when Scott Weiland was arrested for drug possession.
Touring for the album was disrupted by Weiland's drug problems, and eventually all shows were cancelled so he could receive treatment.
Stone Temple Pilots put the band on hold until 1999, when they released No.4, but again touring was disrupted when Weiland violated probation for his earlier drug arrest and was sentenced to a year in jail right after the album release.
When Weiland was released from jail, the band released Shangri-La Dee Da, which debuted to significantly less fanfare than the band was used to.
They had plans to try and return to their early sound with a follow up album, but violence between Weiland and Dean DeLeo while on tour to support Shangri-La caused the band to have another breakup.
Weiland, who was singing with Velvet Revolver at the time, claimed Velvet Revolver froze him out the band when he announced his Stone Temple Pilot plans.
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