Officers were reportedly called when Forsberg and a teenage son she had with Weiland showed up to a recording studio in Burbank, CA and tried to take one of the singer’s instruments.
An employee of the recording studio refused the pair access, according to TMZ, after which an argument kicked-off and the cops were called to the premises.
Forsberg was told it was a civil matter and that she would need to go through her lawyer “to work out any division of property,” TMZ reports.
Forsberg wrote candidly about how Weiland’s troubled life and “multiple illnesses” damaged the family members he left behind after his death. “They lost their father years ago. What they truly lost on Dec. 3 was hope,” she wrote.
Later in December, Forsberg filed court documents asking to be named the executor of Weiland’s will, not his widow Jamie.
Weiland was found dead on his tour bus from a toxic mix of drugs. His death was ruled accidental. He was 48.?