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Scott Stapp Claimed Family’s Life at Risk in 911 Calls

December 17, 2014 | Posted by Jeremy Thomas
Scott Stapp

Scott Stapp’s 911 calls have been released online and they are fairly disturbing. It was TMZ who released the calls of course, in which the former Creed frontman said that he was on the run to keep a group of people from endangering his family.

You can listen to one of the calls below if you so desire, plus others at the link. Stapp told police that he was being chased by people who wanted him dead and when asked about the identity of the people said, “I don’t know, I’ve been running for about six or seven weeks. I’m trying to keep them away from my family.”

Stapp also said during the series of four calls, made in November in Florida, that he had $20 million stolen from him and that his death had been falsely reported on the internet. He also said that his wife Jaclyn had stolen his car and was trying to blackmail him. In the call below he says that it is a matter of national security and adds, “People in Florida are at risk. I’ve uncovered the core of ISIS is within my own family. Please call me immediately. This is not a joke.”

Stapp has been embroiled in a divorce from Jaclyn, who has claimed that he’s on several drugs and is a paranoid schizophrenic who has threatened to assassinate Barack Obama. Stapp claims that he is sober and has alleged that the IRS froze his bank account after he made negative remarks about Obama, leaving him homeless.

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