An intoxicated Scott Stapp was arrested Saturday at Los Angeles International Airport. An Airport Police representative confirms to Billboard.com that the former Creed singer was taken into custody fo

An intoxicated Scott Stapp was arrested Saturday at Los Angeles International Airport. An Airport Police representative confirms to Billboard.com that the former Creed singer was taken into custody for being under the influence, but was unable to elaborate on the charges.

The singer was married a day earlier in Miami to Jaclyn Nesheiwat, who is a former Miss New York and the director of public affairs for the Scott Stapp Foundation, which promotes healthy parent-child relationships.

The Airport Police Department is preparing a statement regarding the arrest. The spokesperson noted that any booking or blood alcohol testing would be conducted by the Los Angeles Police Department, not at the airport. An LAPD representative was unable to comment on Stapp's arrest at deadline.

As previously reported, Stapp was involved in a Thanksgiving altercation with members of 311 at a hotel bar in Baltimore. The band has asserted that Stapp was intoxicated, destructive and made inappropriate comments to a bandmember's wife, while Stapp has maintained that he did not instigate the altercation.