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Rock Star reported on violent youth tour and sex orgies

February 7 2006
11:01

Velvet Revolver frontman Scott Weiland (Scott Weiland) began writing a memoir of riotous rock-n-roll youth, violent live parties with alcohol and drugs, sex orgies, tour and problems with the law.

Major publishing house Simon & Schuster at the time warning in advance, and bought the rights to publish yet unwritten sensation.

As admitted in an interview with Weiland, to write his memoirs, prompted not earn a mercantile interest, the real reason is that it lacks the excitement in real life, why is he with such relish dips into the turbulent past.

"Looking back, I can not believe that I lived. Have I been so? "- Asks a rock star. - I'm not ashamed, on the contrary, I probably even proud of my bylymi "exploits" and I envy his past. "

It should be noted that Scott Weiland is about what to write. He is considered one of the most crazy members of American rock & roll parties, and the rumor about his escapades is passed from mouth to mouth and overgrown with legends.

At a time when he played in the group Stone Temple Pilots, Scott repeatedly investigated for criminal liability for possession of drugs, drunkenness, assault, spent long months in rehabilitation clinics and interviews with psychiatrists.

His intemperate lifestyle often became the cancellation of the group, write @ music.

It should be noted that the musician has repeatedly sent for compulsory treatment for drug addiction. After joining the group Velvet Revolver, the first few months in rehearsal, he walked, accompanied by a police officer.

Now Weiland is proud that for two years as "tied" and lead a healthy lifestyle.

He thinks his duty to disclose in the memoir "the other side" of his gay life, to show not only the party tents, but also tell about the horrors of the "transition" period, when he tried to recover from drug and alcohol abuse.

"I hope to portray it so that the young person is free forever from the desire to try even soft drugs" - the musician says.

Date of publication of the book is not yet known, but Weiland said that he could finish it in one year.

"I lead a healthy lifestyle, so I feel a fully strength and energy - says Scott. - I think I will be able to complete his manuscript by the end of this year. "

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