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Weiland also said, "There's a band agreement, a band contract agreement. They didn't follow the rules that were set down . . . for any member. There has to be a reason for letting go a member; you have to give them a certain period of time to do whatever different you want them to do." STP fired Weiland last February and sued him for hindering the group's career through his own behavior as well as by playing STP material on his solo tours. Weiland countersued based on his claims about the band name.

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さらにウェイランドは、 『バンド同意書、バンド契約同意書ってのがあるんだ。メンバーのために決めた規則なのに、奴らこれを無視してやがる。メンバーを追い出すには理由が必要なんだ。これに背いた決定をするのであれば、ある一定期間の猶予を与えなきゃならないって、ちゃんとあるんだよ』 STPはこの2月にウェイランドを解雇し、彼が自らのソロツアーでSTPの曲を演奏することによる、バンド活動への妨害のかどで告訴した。これに対しウェイランドはバンド名使用に関する反告訴をした。

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