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Nikki Sixx Says Scott Weiland Died On His Tour Bus

12/11/2015
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(Classic Rock) Nikki Sixx has been shaken by the realization that Scott Weiland died on the tour bus he'd just finished using. The Motley Crue bassist lived on the vehicle during his band's recent run of US dates, before Weiland hired it for his Wildabouts tour.

The singer was found dead aboard the bus on December 3, and police later confirmed a number of drugs were recovered nearby. Sixx says on his Sixx Sense radio show: "I remember the driver telling me that he was going to drive Scott, and I was thinking, 'That's cool.' I said, 'Say hi.'

"Scott took my bus, and was sleeping in the same bed I was sleeping in. And he was found dead on the bus. It's so crazy to think how close we all are. I'm a recovering drug addict. We believe - he said - he was a recovering drug addict. It's too close.

"And the hardest part is, after Scott's body was removed from the bus, the band was driven back to their home on the bus. Because what are they going to do, walk home?" Read more here.

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