Boston Singer's Bedroom Spy Cam Discovered Days Before Suicide

(Classic Rock) Boston singer Brad Delp installed a hidden camera in his fiancee's sister's bedroom and killed himself nine days after he was caught.

Evidence given in the court case between Boston mainman Tom Scholz and a newspaper revealed how Delp, who committed suicide in 2007, was ashamed and apologetic after his spy device was found. Events came to light as part of Scholz's claim that the Boston Herald defamed him by suggesting he was to blame for his bandmate's death.

Delp was engaged to Pamela Sullivan while her sister Meg Sullivan lived in the singer's house. His relationship with Meg was described as "platonic". But in February 2007 she discovered his battery-powered spy device when it fell from its hiding place. She confronted him about it then went to stay with her boyfriend.

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