Dance Act Sigma's Cameron Edwards Was Almost Kicked Out Of An Elite British School After Breaking In To A Classroom To Manufacture Drug Paraphernalia.
The member of the electronica duo, which hit the top of the U.K. charts in 2014 with the track Nobody To Love, was a tearaway pupil at Charterhouse School in Surrey, England, which charges more than $37,500 (£25,000) per year.
Cameron was suspended from the school and forced to undergo drug tests after he and a group of friends broke into a science laboratory to find supplies to make a cannabis pipe, but he was later allowed to resume his education even though the scandal had become public.
He tells British newspaper The Times, "The papers were on a witch-hunt for public-school pupils. Luckily we were young enough for our names not to be mentioned. My poor old dad. I felt like I'd let the whole family down, it was a bit of a testing time."