Scott Weiland, famous as a singer shot to the era of the 90s grunge band Stone Temple Pilots and took the name literally. He was stoned most of the time, strung Out of heroin, often his wife, Mary Forsberg Weiland site.
Mary Weiland says they were shooting up so much they had to wear long sleeves at a Fourth of July party at the Malibu home of Leonardo DiCaprio to high the needle marks in their arms from the heroin. That’s just one of the anecdotes Mary recounts about her time with Weiland and the band in her new memoir, "Fall to Pieces: A Memoir of Drugs, Rock 'n' Roll, and Mental Illness."
Weiland former model, now divorced, writing a book about former Esquire editor Larkin Warren. The book goes on sale on November 10, but can be purchased here. She says she first met Scott when he was hired as "go-fer" to drive in its modeling concerts for $ 8 an hour. This was the beginning of relations, marked by all the extravagance and decadence of roll rock 'n.