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The embattled Scott Weiland is hoping the third time's the charm -- when it comes to marriage, at least.
Weiland married photographer Jamie Wachtel in an intimate ceremony on Saturday (June 22) at their home in Los Angeles.
Wachtel -- who met Weiland while photographing the video shoots for his 2011 holiday album "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" -- told People magazine that "we had the most beautiful, heartfelt ceremony. We all cried and laughed. Scott and I are over the moon."
She wore a vintage dress, while Weiland ported a John Varvatos suit. Weiland was previously married to Janina Castaneda from 1994-2000, and to Mary Forsberg from 2000-2007; he has two children with Forsberg, Noah and Lucy, who also write the revealing book "Fall to PIeces: A Memoir of Drugs, Rock 'n' Roll, and Mental Illness."
Weiland remains in the midst of lawsuits with his former band, Stone Temple Pilots, which announced it had fired him earlier in the year. Both parties have sued each other, while STP replaced Weiland with Linkin Park's Chester Bennington.
Weiland is touring with his own band, the Wildabouts, wtih his next run starting August 6 at the Sturgis Rally in South Dakota.
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