Warm, loving and generous in his relationships, Scott Weiland inspires tremendous devotion and loyalty in his loved ones.
He is timid about expressing too much sentiment or emotion.
Scott Weiland also underestimates his attractiveness and lovability and doubts his own worthiness of love and appreciation.
His arrest follows the death of Weiland, who was found on his tour bus last night. According to TMZ, police found a small quantity of cocaine on the bus Black, who plays bass in Weiland’s current band the Wildabouts, was riding.
They also found coke in the room where Weiland, 48, was found.
Somewhat slow to take action, Scott Weiland thinks that he will fail because of his inadequacies as a person.
He keeps his feelings to himself and should guard against depression and pessimism.
Scott Weiland is always profoundly changed by his love experiences, though this change may stem from painful and difficult confrontations or separations.
He is somewhat emotionally fanatic about things he cares about.
A poorly performed version of Stone Temple Pilots' Vasoline in Texas earlier this year made some worry about his health, though a manager said that incident was because of fatigue, a couple drinks and technical issues at the venue. 1, and including the hits Slither and Fall to Pieces, though he was dismissed by the group because of 'increasingly erratic onstage behavior and personal problems'.
The bass player in Scott Weiland‘s band, Tommy Black, has been arrested for possession of cocaine.
Weiland’s body was discovered after 8PM yesterday and, according to his Facebook page, died in his sleep.