The children of late Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland have taken legal action against several companies for allegedly selling products branded with the vocalist’s name without getting their permission. Mary Weiland, Scott’s second wife, filed two lawsuits on Tuesday (September 12th) in Los Angeles Superior Court on behalf of her 16-year-old son Noah and 15-year-old daughter Lucy. The suits seek unspecified damages and a court order barring the companies Merchbar Inc., RageOn! Inc., OldGlory.com, Red Fox Ink and Officially Licensed Gear from further use of Weiland’s name without the plaintiffs’ consent. According to the suit, Scott’s teenage children own all rights of publicity associated with their late father. The suit alleges that the named companies have used Weiland’s name, photo and likeness more than 100 times to sell clothing, household items, cell phone cases and even a children’s set of stackable wooden blocks without consent.