Stone Temple Pilots' Weiland Ordered To A Year of Rehab

Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland was sentenced to spend one year in Los Angeles County Jail's Biscailuv Recovery Center as part of his newly reinstated probation.

On Friday, a Los Angeles Judge ordered Weiland back into the center (part of Los Angeles County's Men's Central Jail System), where he has spent the past month for violating his probation. In handing down the sentence, the Judge granted the singer a credit of 35 days for time served.

Weiland was originally sentenced to probation following a 1997 arrest for heroin possession. The court found Weiland to be in violation of that probation when the singer was treated for a heroin overdose in July.

Despite the news, the new Stone Temple Pilots album, dubbed "No. 4," is still tentatively set for release in early November.