Scott Stapp's estranged wife has filed legal documents to have the Creed singer committed to a mental facility for 60 days.
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Two more video statements have been posted by troubled Creed singer Scott Stapp.
A new report from TMZ reveals that Scott Stapp was placed on 72-hour psych hold, among other startling revelations.
Given Scott Stapp's troubles, Tremonti has made an effort to reach out to Stapp, but unfortunately he hasn't been able to get in contact with him.
It appears that Scott Stapp's bizarre video testimonial is in response to recent divorce papers filed by his wife Jaclyn.
The Creed vocalist has been living in his truck and says he's under a vicious attack by someone who has cleaned out his finances.
Mark Tremonti has been keeping busy with Alter Bridge and his solo band, and in a new interview he says Creed isn't currently on his radar screen.
Fans who have seen the videos have all wondered, "Has Scott Stapp seen these?!" And we're delighted to report that the answer is yes.
Taking footage from Creed's 2009 concert film, 'Creed Live,' the audio has been scrapped and replaced with Meshuggah's 'The Demon's Name is Surveillance.'
On April 18, 1974, Mark Tremonti was born into the world in Detroit, Mich. Years later, the guitar great has carved out his place in rock history, delivering a string of hits with three different rock bands -- Creed, Alter Bridge and his own self-titled band Tremonti. With just shy of 20 years in the music industry, Tremonti has been part of a wealth of great songs, but which one is his best? That's the subject of this Readers Poll.