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STONE TEMPLE PILOTS members Robert DeLeo (bass), Dean DeLeo (guitar) and Eric Kretz (drums) last week filed a lawsuit against their former lead singer Scott Weiland claiming that he sabotaged their 20th anniversary tour by being chronically late for performances and missing promotional gigs. They also allege Weiland refused to communicate with other bandmembers in an attempt to "hijack" the tour.

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ストーン・テンプル・パイロッツのメンバー、 ロバート・デリオ(ベース)ディーン・デリオ(ギター)エリック・クレッツ(ドラムス) は先週、かつてのメンバー・ヴォーカリストのスコット・ウェイランドを相手取り訴訟を起こした。 起訴内容は20周年記念ツアーに於ける、彼の常習的な遅刻及び プローモーション・ライヴのスッポかし等の妨害行為に対してのもの。 さらにウェイランドがツアーを『乗っ取る』目的で、 他のバンドメンバーと一切コミュニケートを取ろうとしなかった旨主張している。

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