Scott Stapp Claims That People are Trying to Kill Him in Newly Released 911 Calls

Jeremy Cowart
Scott Stapp

In audio from phone calls obtained by TMZ, former Creed frontman Scott Stapp claims that people are trying to kill him and that members of the terrorist group ISIS are planning to attack Florida.

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In the first clip, Stapp says he's running down the highway to escape the people hunting him. He claims he's been on the run for "6 or 7 weeks" in an effort to keep his pursuers from going after his family, and he asks to go to the hospital.

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In the next call, he says he's been running straight for 36 hours.

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Later, the singer calls 911 again. "I'd like to report a stolen vehicle," he says. "My wife said that she took it, she's selling it, and she's keeping the money, and I can fuck off." He then asks the 911 operator if he can go home and steal his wife's car in retaliation.

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The final audio clip is from a message Stapp left for the dean of his son's school. He tells the dean that they need to discuss "a matter of national security. The people in Florida are at risk. I've uncovered that the core of ISIS is within my own family."

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Earlier this month, the Secret Service investigated a report -- from Stapp's wife -- that Stapp believed he was a CIA agent with a mission to assassinate the President. Stapp's wife has already filed for divorce, and the singer has lost custody of his children.



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