SEBASTIAN BACH And Wife Suspect Nanny Of Stealing $16,000 Watch

SEBASTIAN BACH And Wife Suspect Nanny Of Stealing $16,000 Watch

According to TMZ.com, Sebastian Bach and his wife, Suzanne, are suspecting a nanny of stealing a diamond-encrusted Chanel watch. The couple called the police to report the watch missing after returning from a night out last week in Memphis. They believe a nanny hired to care for Suzanne's 3-year-old son Trace took the $16,000 watch from inside a hotel drawer.

Sebastian and Suzanne got married last August in San Jose, California.

The singer proposed to the former model on December 28, 2014, which also happened to be Suzanne's 42nd birthday.

Bach in 2014 broke off his engagement to model Minnie Gupta, who appeared on the cover of his "Kicking & Screaming" album and in videos for the singles "Kicking & Screaming" and "I'm Alive".

Sebastian was previously married for 18 years to Maria Bierk, with whom he had been coupled since before joining his former band. They split up in April 2010.

Bach and Maria Bierk have three children: sons Paris and London and daughter Sebastiana.

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