Scott Weiland's ex-wife wants the singer to continue paying alimony. Is she trying to find glory out of that tragedy? Whatever the thing is it is sure that Scott’s Ex-wife is clearly seeking a continual spousal support.
Even death did not end everything between them? Support remains the same.
The former Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver rocker died from accidental overdose of drugs and alcohol in December 2015. He was 48 years old when he died.
Then a month after he was found dead on his tour bus, His Ex-Wife Mary Forsberg who is a model by profession with whom Scott got divorced in 2007, filed legal papers to become executor of his will in January 2016.
Scott’s Ex-Wife wants to keep her money flowing. She wants the late singer’s estate to continue flowing the alimony and child support like $ 20 thousand a month.
The legal Docs reports Mary Forsberg wants the estate for $12,519 a month as spousal support. Again plus $7,201 in monthly child support for their two teenagers, Noah and Lucy according to TMZ.
Well! There are fans who support what Mary had demanded and there is those who doesn’t. One of the tweets for the fan.
@RollingStone take responsibility for your choices. You gave birth to Noah & Lucy & shackled them to this reality. It's on u too.
— The Antinatalist Fox (@natureapostate) December 8, 2015
Mary filed the papers just weeks after Scoot’s another widow, photographer Jamie Wachtel (divorced in 2015) lodged a claim against his estate claiming she is owed $60, 000 in monthly support payments. According to her, the late singer had promised her the thing in their prenuptial agreement.
If you are confused let me make you crystal clear. Scott is married to three women total. He first got married to Janina Castenada in 1994 and they got divorced in 2000. Then he got married to Mary Forsberg in the same year 2000 and they got separated in 2007. Jamie Wachtel was his third wife. They got married in 2013 and got separated in 2013.
Here is a video of Scott Weiland's Ex-Wife Mary Pens Emotional Opening Letter.