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Stone Temmple Pilots Frontman Fired In The Hollywood Minute

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  Original Published: 2/28/2013

The Stone Temple Pilots fire their frontman, while Bobby Brown is sentenced for violating his probation.

Carl Azuz has all your entertainment headlines in this Hollywood Minute.

Bobby Brown is headed to jail.

The singer was sentenced to 55 days behind bars after pleading no contest to charges of driving under the influence, driving with a suspended license and violating his probation.

This is Brown's second drunken driving conviction in a year.

A judge ordered the 44-year-old to attend three Alcoholics Anonymous meetings a week until he reports to the Los Angeles County Jail on March 20.

Stone Temple Pilots and thei frontman, Scott Weiland, are parting ways.

The band says he was fied, but Weiland issued a statement saying quote, "Not sure how I can be terminated from a band that I founded, fronted, and co-wrote many of its biggest hits."

Weiland says he'll be going forward with a natikonal solo tour and will be performing Stone Temple Pilots songs.

The tour starts Friday.

And Green Day rocker Billie Joe Armstrong is out of rehab and opening up.

He says he doesn't remember the on-stage meltdown last September that prompted his recent stint in a treatment program.

Armstrong's rehab stay forced Green Day to cancel a portion of its North American tour.

Rolling Stone chonicles the rocker's battles with alcohol and presciption drugs in its new issue.

   
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