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If you're concerned about people stealing your car, maybe get a steering lock or park it a garage.
Puddle of Mudd singer Wes Scantlin has a very long history of violating the law, and it seems like his track record is just getting longer with his latest arrest.Puddle of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin may be well-known for his on-stage outbursts, but this one must be the strangest yet.A video has surfaced showing the lead singer walking off stage midway through a set after accusing an audience member of stealing his house.also reports that Scantlin tried to escape in his car, but was quickly caught.Scantlin has had trouble with authorities dating as far back as 2004, with arrests for drug possession in 2012 and domestic violence the following year.In January 2008, the Puddle Of Mudd frontman married model Jessica Nicole Smith. After showing signs of intoxication, the officers searched his car and found cocaine.
He was also charged with driving without a license and being under the influence of a controlled substance.
This week, he tried to a make a fake bomb to scare off any would-be thieves and caused his entire neighbourhood to be evacuated.
Scantlin used enjoying the trappings of a rock star lifestyle after achieving massive success with singles like Let's go back to a time when Scantlin was genuinely famous.
The track slated to end the album, "Time Flies," pushes boundaries in a different way, clocking in at more than seven minutes.
"I went to a different planet when I wrote that song," Scantlin said.
In a nod to some of Scantlin's classic rock leanings, "Sittin' at the Bottom" kicks off with a nearly minute-long drum solo.