Buddy Arnold, co-founder of the Musicians’ Assistance Program, which helps provide treatment for musicians addicted to drugs and alcohol, spoke with MTV News following news that Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland had been arrested on drug charges. Arnold, who has worked closely with Weiland in the past, said he’s disturbed by the singer’s recent backslide and that he fears for Weiland’s life. “I was a junkie for 31 years, but I was never crazy enough to do the things he does and the amounts [of drugs] he does,” Arnold said. Read more.
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