Value of personal items left behind by Scott Weiland revealed

Original Stone Temple Pilots singer died in December 2015

Late Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland left behind memorabalia worth over half a million dollars, according to new court documents.

Legal papers filed by his ex-wife Mary Forsberg, revealed that Weiland owned 20 framed albums, and also possessed used studio equipment worth an estimated $72,500.

The total sum of the items, which include a $900 Boogie cabinet, and a $275 signed Joe Montana jersey, is listed at $559,349.83.


In the documents, obtained by The Blast, Forsberg also listed Scott’s personal effects as being worth nearly $98,000 and it stated his interest as a band member of Stone Temple Pilots was valued at more than $446,000.

A host of other items were also listed, but court documents stated they were worthless because they are the property of the issuing agency.

These include a Grammy Award from 1994 for Best Hard Rock Performance with a Vocal for ‘Plush’, a 1994 American Music Award for Best Pop/Rock New Artist, and a Billboard Music Award from the same year for Top Modern Rock Act of the Year.

The band’s original frontman was found dead on his tour bus in December 2015, with a toxicology report attributing it partially to drug use, as well as to cardiovascular disease and asthma.

Vocalist Chester Bennington fronted Stone Temple Pilots between 2013 and 2015 but left to focus on his work with Linkin Park.


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Stone Temple Pilots recently revealed their new singer to be Jeff Gutt following the death of lead vocalist Chester Bennington earlier this summer. The band also shared their newest single ‘Meadow’.