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STP fired Weiland earlier this year and recruited LINKIN PARK's Chester Bennington to take over. The group sued Weiland in May, accusing him of using the band's name to advance his solo career, while claiming that his poor performances, late arrivals, and addiction struggles harmed the band's career. Weiland has countersued, claiming that the band cannot use the STONE TEMPLE PILOTS name without him.

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今年の初め、STPはWeilandを解雇し、代わりにLINKIN PARKの Chester Benningtonを迎えた。 グループは5月にWeilandに対して、彼の能力の低さや遅刻そして麻薬問題がバンドのキャリアに傷をつけたにも関わらず、自分のソロキャリアのためにバンドの名前を使用しているとして裁判を起こした。 Weilandはこれに対し、バンドは彼なしではThe STONE TEMPLE PILOTSの名前を使用できないとして反訴した。

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