Creed Singer Scott Stapp’s Wife Jaclyn Files For Divorce!

Creed Singer Scott Stapp's Wife Jaclyn Files For Divorce
Creed Singer Scott Stapp's Wife Jaclyn Files For Divorce

Jaclyn, the wife of Creed’s lead singer Scott Stapp, has officially filed for divorce. This announcement has caught everyone’s attention, and now people are eager to uncover the details behind this decision. Join us as we delve into the latest developments and try to unravel the story behind the headlines.

Creed Singer Scott Stapp’s Wife Jaclyn Files For Divorce

Jaclyn, the wife of Creed’s frontman Scott Stapp for the past 18 years, has initiated divorce proceedings. Their separation wasn’t unexpected, as reported by Page Six, stating that Jaclyn, aged 43, filed for divorce from the 50-year-old musician in June 2022.

Although she withdrew her filing by May 2023, Scott later filed for divorce again. A source, speaking to People magazine after news of their third divorce filing, mentioned, “Scott and Jaclyn had realized the marriage was ending but kept attempting to salvage it.”

Creed Singer Scott Stapp's Wife Jaclyn Files For Divorce
Creed Singer Scott Stapp’s Wife Jaclyn Files For Divorce

A spokesperson for the singer also commented, stating, “In consideration of their family, Scott plans to handle this challenging period in private.”

Their paths first crossed at a gala for the Muscular Dystrophy Association in New York back in 2005, where Jaclyn held the title of Miss New York USA. They tied the knot the following February and have since welcomed three children into their lives: Mia, aged 17, along with sons Daniel, 13, and Anthony, 6.

Scott also has a 25-year-old son named Jagger from his previous marriage to Hilaree Burns.

After the announcement of the former couple’s divorce, the rock singer shared a mysterious message on his Instagram account regarding leaving an adversary “with their dignity.”

Reposting a sermon from pastor TD Jakes, 66, it stated: “Speak without causing offense, listen without becoming defensive, and always ensure your opponent retains their dignity.”

In 2015, Scott disclosed that he battles bipolar disorder and expressed gratitude for surviving a psychotic breakdown he experienced that year.

The musician gained attention in 2014 when he placed several frantic 911 calls out of fear for his family’s well-being. Later, in an interview with People magazine, he admitted, “I had a psychotic break triggered by alcohol and drug misuse.”

Upon receiving a bipolar disorder diagnosis during his rehabilitation, Scott was taken aback but found solace in it. He confessed to People, “It was difficult to accept,” acknowledging the stigma often attached to the condition.

This development coincides with the announcement that Creed, comprising vocalist Stapp, guitarist and vocalist Mark Tremonti, bassist Brian Marshall, and drummer Scott Phillips, will reunite for their first performances in 12 years.

After going on hiatus in 2012, the band revealed last year their plans for an American tour beginning in July.

Creed was originally formed in 1994 as part of the post-grunge scene, achieving multi-platinum status with their first three albums. Since their inception, the band has sold over 28 million records in the United States and more than 53 million albums globally.

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