Stone Temple Pilots Claim To Have The Law On Their Side

(Classic Rock) Stone Temple Pilots have the law on their side in sacking Scott Weiland and bringing in Linkin Park's Chester Bennington as his replacement, says the band's lawyer.

Skip Miller cites a 1996 agreement which allows three members to vote out any fourth member and continue using the outfit's intellectual property. "The three of them voted him out for a reason," Miller says.

"They don't want to play with him any more. He was showing up hours late and had crazy, destructive behaviour." Weiland has launched a countersuit after STP sued him. More rock news.

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