It's strange to visit Creed singer Scott Stapp's website. It looks like everything is fine, same as any other thriving musician's online home--inviting you to buy a song on iTunes, showing a recent concert tour schedule. "Grammy-Award winning artist Scott Stapp receives his first-ever No. 1 Christian radio hit," reads the news on scottstapp.com, "with 'Slow Suicide' from his acclaimed sophomore solo album, Proof of Life." Is there anything more regular than a Walmart Exclusive? The site talks about that too. But the real news is frighteningly different.
After the former Creed singer seemed to lose his mind during a rambling paranoid video he posted to Facebook last month, TMZ is now revealing a 911 call his wife and sister-in-law made after Stapp went AWOL from a mental health clinic. Stapp's wife claimed Stapp believed, according to TMZ, that Stapp was convinced he was working for the CIA and that "his mission was to kill Obama." Stapp's wife recently filed for divorce.
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