Former Velvet Revolver singer Scott Weiland was sentenced Monday to eight days in jail for a second DUI conviction following a Nov. 11 arrest.
Weiland, who was not present at the Van Nuys, Calif. court, was represented by an attorney who entered a no contest plea on the singer’s behalf. He was also ordered to complete an 18-month alcohol education class and pay nearly $2,000 in fines.
Weiland, 40, has run afoul of the law numerous times over the years: He was convicted of DUI after a 2003 arrest in Hollywood, arrested on domestic-violence charges in 2001, and jailed for drug offenses in the 1990s.
Earlier this month, Velvet Revolver band members announced they were splitting with Weiland, citing his “increasingly erratic” behavior.
Meanwhile, Weiland has reunited with his previous band, the Stone Temple Pilots.
The singer has until May 28 to serve his jail term.
Calls to his lawyer were not returned.