Dating a recovered heroin addict
But it turned out that his prescribed dosage of the antipsychotic drug Geodon was too high."I thought that he had some rapid-onset version of Parkinson's or something," says Jamie, who toured intermittently with her husband.
The last time Jamie Weiland saw her husband, Scott, alive, the couple spent a romantic Thanksgiving Day dining at Italian restaurant Maialino in New York. 25, 2015, the former Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver frontman headlined the nearby Gramercy Theatre with his backing band, The Wildabouts."At one point, it was so bad I had to move out because he was unstable." They found one medication that worked, but Weiland gained 40 pounds, so he stopped taking it.Eventually they found a medication that leveled him out.At the same time, Weiland was experiencing episodes of paranoia and mania caused by his bipolar disorder.After a March show at Boston's Brighton Music Hall, Weiland hosted a disastrous VIP meet-and-greet session, heckling one fan with "Let's suck a dick!Two bundles of cash amounting to £2,590 were also recovered from a wardrobe in Khan’s bedroom which Mr Wood described as the “proceeds of dealing”.
“The quality and quantity of the drugs in his (Khan’s) possession must indicate that he was close to the original source.
The estimated street value of the heroin was £35,000, with the total amount of drugs valued at more than £41,000.
In a second car – a Mercedes – officers found a bag containing less than 10g of cannabis that Khan, a cocaine addict, said was for personal use.
This was especially devastating since he already had lost his only brother, Michael, in 2007.
"He was sad about his mom," says guitarist Nick Maybury, 33, who replaced Brown in The Wildabouts.
But in March 2015, Weiland was back with a new studio album, , and a band he believed in, The Wildabouts, when guitarist Jeremy Brown -- whom Weiland considered one of his best friends -- failed to show up for rehearsal.