Stone Temple Pilots Claim To Have The Law On Their Side
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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