Earlier this week (July 24), Puddle of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin was arrested for vandalism. The charge involved a feud with his neighbor and resulted in Scantlin allegedly taking a buzz saw and a sledgehammer to the property, landing him behind bars.
Puddle of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin has been arrested for the second time this month, and this time the charges are quite serious. Earlier in May, Scantlin was arrested on a pair of outstanding warrants -- one for driving with a suspended license and the other stemming from a past drug bust -- after he was pulled over by police for allegedly speeding. This time around, it was an alleged domestic
Puddle of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin has reportedly been arrested yet again. After being stopped for speeding last night (May 7), Scantlin was booked after his info was run by Hollywood police, who found warrants for the musician's arrest -- one for driving with a suspended license and one stemming from his recent cocaine bust.
It’s not been a good year for Puddle of Mudd singer Wes Scantlin. After starting the year with a cocaine possession charge, the vocalist was arrested again today (Sept. 4) after getting into an argument with a flight attendant that led to an emergency landing.
Puddle of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin finally settled his divorce with model Jessica Nicole Smith on May 21. Scantlin first filed for divorce on Nov. 29, 2011, and the musician seems pretty happy to finish up the proceedings, as he signed his divorce papers with not one, but two smiley faces.
Seether are the latest act to organize their own festival, but this one has an extra angle to it. The band is using the platform to put the spotlight on a cause as well as showcasing a great day of music.
Puddle of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin has recently been going through divorce proceedings with his wife Jessica Nicole Scantlin, but the soon-to-be ex-wife has taken the divorce to the next level. Despite having signed a prenuptial agreement, Jessica Scantlin is attempting to get the prenup thrown out.
When they entered the studio to work on songs for a follow-up to 2009′s ‘Volume 4: Songs in the Key of Love & Hate,’ Puddle of Mudd had a hard time finding the inspiration for new material — so they decided just to have fun playing some of their favorite tunes by other artists.
“We were really burned out, and when we started trying to write again it just wasn’t time yet,” said guitarist Paul P