Scott Stapp: How My Wife Saved Me

For months, Scott Stapp was on a downward spiral.

The Creed frontman had fled treatment to embark on a cross-country road trip. As he drove from Miami to California, his behavior was erratic and frightening – a result of substance abuse and previously undiagnosed bipolar disorder.

Creed's Scott Stapp: 'I Have Bipolar Disorder'

Scott Stapp knows that he’s a blessed man.

Sitting with PEOPLE in the living room of his Florida home, the Creed frontman is candid as he talks about the hellish events of the past year.

“I’m lucky to be alive,” he says about his ordeal.

Secret Service to Take Action in Response to Scott Stapp's Alleged Threat Against the President

Did Scott Stapp threaten to kill President Barack Obama?

That’s what Stapp’s wife, Jaclyn, claimed in a 911 call late last month (obtained by TMZ), telling a dispatcher the Creed frontman was in the midst of a psychotic episode.

Scott Stapp Claims He's Broke and Living in a Holiday Inn

He’s performed in sold-out arenas and topped the music charts in the ’90s but Creed lead singer Scott Stapp claims that he’s now broke and living in a cheap hotel room.

In a 15-minute video posted to his Facebook page on Wednesday the 41-year-old said he was “under some kind of pretty vicious attack” with rumors circulating that he was dead or on drugs.

Band Creed Reunites for New Album

After a six-year hiatus, multi-platinum selling Orlando-based rock band Creed have returned with a new record tentatively titled Full Circle.

“We never felt like we weren’t together,” says frontman Scott Stapp. “We’re not looking at this as a reunion. It’s more of a rebirth.”

Though they stayed in touch through holiday cards and the occasional phone call, the group refrained from recording together in order to, “explore other creative outlets and build the main priority in all of our lives, which is our family,” says Stapp.

Scott Stapp Says He's 'Truly Sorry' After Arrest

Former Creed frontman Scott Stapp is working to rebuild his reputation – and is seeking forgiveness from his wife, Jaclyn.

The musician, 33, was arrested on Sunday at his Florida home and charged with one count of domestic assault with intent to commit a felony, the Associated Press reported.

Former Creed Frontman Charged with Assault

Former Creed frontman Scott Stapp was arrested Sunday at his Florida home and charged with one count of domestic assault with intent to commit a felony, the Associated Press reports.

He is being held without bond, says a Palm Beach County Jail official who declined to provide her name.

No one was injured or taken to the hospital, according to Sheriff’s Office spokesman Paul Miller, who would not offer any additional information. “We don’t know exactly what occurred here,” said Miller.

Scott Stapp welcomes second child

SstappRocker Scott Stapp and his wife Jaclyn have welcomed their first child together. Milán Hayat was born in Miami, FL at 1 p.m. She weighed in at 6 lbs 7 oz and was 20 inches long. She joins big brother Jagger, 8, from Scott’s previous marriage.

Scott Stapp, Wife Welcome a Daughter

Former Creed frontman Scott Stapp and his wife, Jaclyn, welcomed their first child together on Thursday, the singer’s rep tells PEOPLE.

Milén Hayat Stapp was born in Miami at approximately 1:00 p.m. She weighed in at 6 lbs., 7 oz. and was 20 inches long.

The baby’s name has a significant meaning, Stapp’s rep said in a statement. “Milén has been chosen from Scott’s Cherokee heritage for its definition, which is ‘to have the creativity of God.’ Hayat is from Jaclyn’s Jordanian upbringing and is simply ‘to give life.’ ”

Judge Extends Ban on Kid Rock Sex Video

Legal teams for Kid Rock and a California company have reached a tentative agreement to extend a judge’s order barring the release of an explicit sex video featuring the rocker, former Creed singer Scott Stapp and four women.

Under the agreement, the temporary injunction will stay in place without the necessity of another court hearing, William Horton, an attorney for Kid Rock, tells the Detroit News.

Last month in Detroit, federal Judge John Feikens signed a temporary order preventing the company World Wide Red Light District from distributing or promoting the tape.