From OJ onward, explore the less glamorous side of celebrity life and famous faces accused, vindicated and convicted.
5 Nigerian Celebrities Who Killed People In Real Life
Even celebrity can't take back death. Death is horrible. To the deceased there is no coming back from it. For the killer, there is no coming back from it. It is a horrible thing all around.
10 Expensive Things Previously Owned By Billionaire Jeffery Epstein
10. Upper East Side Mansion Featuring a heated sidewalk that would melt snow during winter, Epstein’s Upper East Side Mansion was located
Reason First: Don’t Hate Her Because She Was Beautiful-The Paul Snider Murder-Suicide
Murder-suicide is horric. The act is even more devastating when a beautiful young woman is involved as the victim. Dorothy Hoogstratten (later Stratten) met a jealous simp named Paul Snider who became attached to the youthful, gorgeous woman.
Was Jean Harlow's former home cursed?
Harlean Harlow Carpenter was born on March 3, 1911. At 16, she married a man named Charles McGrew. However, the wedding didn’t last. Carpenter moved to Los Angeles and became Jean Harlow. In 1929, she appeared in Double Whoopee and The Saturday Night Kid. Harlow became Hollywood’s original “Blonde Bombshell.”
The disappearance of actress Jean Spangler
Jean Spangler, a single mother, strived to become a famous Hollywood actress. Like everyone else trying to make it in movies, Jean’s acting career began as an extra in films like The Miracle of the Bells and Chicken Every Sunday. She appeared in seven films.
Gone But Not Forgotten
Michael Jackson during his 2005 child molestation trail An integral part of popular culture of the late 20th century, the life, career, music and legacy of Michael Jackson, continues to be questioned, in the wake of a new BBC documentary, which has further probed into the controversial lifestyle of the late singer.
Reason First: The Wild West Needed Better Respect for Property Rights
Small business versus big business rests on the case of Nathan “Nate” Champion. This rustler wanted to rise against the larger more successful cattlemen. In the process, he became the first man to be mowed down by a hitsquad.
Celebrities Who Were Criminals and Their Turning Points
Growing up, we all have loved and idolized celebrities in our lives. Putting up posters and wallpapers of your favorite celebrity is just thing mostly all of us have done or are doing. These celebrities whether from the music, filming, or any industry are an inspiration we seek. We are influenced by them to such an extent that we follow them and
Reason First: Julia Bulette’s Murder a Blow to the Sex Trade
A dead prostitute prompted thousands of clients and other spectators to view the cortege. That deceased madam of a brothel was Julia Bulette. She had become an entrepreneur in the sex trade. In the mining town of Virginia City, Nevada, her clientele included many of the men from the mines who supported her brothel. None other than one of America’s greatest novelists, Mark Twain, reported about her dealings on numerous occasions.
Reason First: How Can Someone Get Away With Murder?
A Medal of Honor recipient and a wounded veteran from the Civil War, Daniel Sickles led a life of crises and mishaps. At once a hero at the same time an alleged murderer, Sickles took it upon himself to strike down Philip Barton Key, the son of Francis Scott Key, writer of the Star Spangled Banner. Sickles had financial issues, marital problems, and all sorts of downfalls to speak of during his life. However, this incident would prove to be a landmark case.
Reason First: JayDaYoungan and JordanB arrested in Georgia, both youths in need of growing up
If only the hip hop genre had never been so enamored with the idea of Bonnie and Clyde. Today’s young warriors seek new ways of going up against the law with their significant other by their side. With JayDaYoungan and his accomplice in infatuation and crime JordanB, the couple has been charged with narcotics possession, firearm possession and tampering with evidence.
7 Nigerian Celebrities Sentenced to Prison.
No one is above the law. Not even our favorite celebrities. Over the years, many of our favorite celebrities have had run-ins with the law. In fact, "run-in" is too light a word, that makes it sound like they were driving too fast or forgot to turn on their headlights.