Jaclyn Nesheiwat Bio, Scott Stapp’s wife, Age, family

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Jaclyn Nesheiwat Bio

Jaclyn Nesheiwat Bio: Nesheiwat is Scott Stapp’s wife. The couple have three children together, two sons and a daughter has been married since 2006. Nesheiwat is a former Miss New York USA, winning that crown in 2004 and becoming Mrs. Florida America in 2008, according to her official website.

Stapp, the former lead singer with Creed, was married previously to a woman named Hillaree Burns. They were wed in 1997 and split a year later. The couple had one son, Jagger. Following their divorce, Stapp received full custody of their son.

Jagger Stapp served as his father’s best man at the wedding between the Creed singer and Jaclyn which took place at the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens in Miami.

After a day of being married, Stapp was arrested at Los Angeles International Airport as he was suspect of being drunk while trying to board a flight to Hawaii.

In an interview with the Washington Post following their appearance on “Couples Therapy,” Stapp described the experience as “very challenging. Because Dr. Jenn really, really put a lot of pressure on Jaclyn and I to be vulnerable, and we were a little skeptical going in: Is this real?” Stapp said that nothing was staged in the show and that “everything was very real.”

Since retiring from being a beauty queen, Jaclyn has become the executive director of The Scott Stapp With Arms Wide Open Foundation. In addition, Jaclyn founded the charity Children Are Magical.

Jaclyn was born in Carmel, New York, but was raised in Umatilla, Florida, graduating from Umatilla High School in 1998. Jaclyn then attended Stetson University and received a degree in Marketing and Communications in 2002.

In May 2007, TMZ reported that Jaclyn was claiming that Stapp had hurled a glass Orangina bottle at her face. Jaclyn told police at the time that Stapp had entered the family home in Florida and became angry when Jaclyn asked him if he had taken any drugs. Jaclyn described Stapp as becoming “very angry” and then throwing the bottle.

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