celebrities

From OJ onward, explore the less glamorous side of celebrity life and famous faces accused, vindicated and convicted.

  • Jenny Reed
    Published 2 years ago
    Jim Jones & The Jonestown Massacre

    Jim Jones & The Jonestown Massacre

    WARNING: this article contains graphic content & images, including an audio recording of the mass suicide at Jonestown which may be disturbing to some people.
  • Kevin Finn
    Published 2 years ago
    The Most Notorious Criminals of All Time

    The Most Notorious Criminals of All Time

    The most notorious criminals of all time capture our collective consciousness for periods of time that live on long after they're gone. We immortalize them (incidentally) in our culture through books, movies, and television, in turn guaranteeing that there will be more to follow. These high-profile criminals are some of the most recognizable faces in American history—right up there with the founding fathers.
  • Crow Zing
    Published 2 years ago
    Was Natalie Wood Killed by Christopher Walken? Part One

    Was Natalie Wood Killed by Christopher Walken? Part One

    Natalie Wood was born on July 20, 1938 and starred in classic movies such as Rebel Without a Cause with James Dean, Westside Story in 1961 as Maria, and Gypsy in 1962.
  • Kendria White
    Published 2 years ago
    The Menendez Brothers

    The Menendez Brothers

    I remember hearing about the Menendez brothers on the news and how I dismissed it because, in my head, they were white, rich and had killed their parents. It sounds like a Lifetime movie (and of course, it ended up being one...), right? I've watched documentaries and made for TV-movies, and every depiction showed jurors and lawyers smirking and saying how heartless these kids were because they were rich and lived this privileged life. The more I watch things regarding this whole case, even decades later, it's like...wow....
  • Sydney Alexander
    Published 2 years ago
    The Tragedy of Bonnie and Clyde

    The Tragedy of Bonnie and Clyde

    "Some day they'll go down together;
  • Rachel Carrington
    Published 2 years ago
    LA City Attorney Encourages Victims To Come Forward So Harvey Weinstein Can Be Prosecuted

    LA City Attorney Encourages Victims To Come Forward So Harvey Weinstein Can Be Prosecuted

    As the list of Harvey Weinstein's victims grows longer with each passing day, the former mogul has lost his company, his reputation, and his wife. But that isn't enough, not by a long shot. The Los Angeles City Attorney feels the same way, which is why he is encouraging victims to come forward so justice can be served in the form of full prosecution of Weinstein.
  • Rachel Carrington
    Published 2 years ago
    No More Abby: Pauley Perrette Is Leaving 'NCIS' After 15 Seasons

    No More Abby: Pauley Perrette Is Leaving 'NCIS' After 15 Seasons

    For the past fifteen seasons Pauley Perrette has portrayed the goth-loving forensic scientist, Abby Sciuto, on NCIS. With her adorable relationship with gruff team leader Jethro Gibbs, played by Mark Harmon, and her fast-talking brilliance, she has garnered a fan base all her own. So the recent announcement of her impending departure next season has put a damper on the new season of the long-running crime drama.
  • Rachel Carrington
    Published 2 years ago
    'Blue Bloods' Star Amy Carlson Stuns Fans With Her Surprise Departure

    'Blue Bloods' Star Amy Carlson Stuns Fans With Her Surprise Departure

    When Blue Bloods wrapped its 7th season in May, Linda and Danny Reagan had suffered a house fire at the hands of a drug lord. The fear and panic on Danny's face resonated with the fans as he searched for his family. When he found both Linda and his sons, his relief was palpable, and Season 7 ended with that portion of the Reagan family fully intact, and fans breathed a sigh of relief. That dissipated all too quickly during the Season 8 premiere for the series dropped a bombshell that broke fans' hearts and left them wondering what had just happened.
  • Rachel Carrington
    Published 2 years ago
    'Criminal Minds' Fans Are Rejoicing: Shemar Moore Is Returning To TV In The S.W.A.T. Reboot

    'Criminal Minds' Fans Are Rejoicing: Shemar Moore Is Returning To TV In The S.W.A.T. Reboot

    Shemar Moore left Criminal Minds and his incomparable role of Derek Morgan behind last year, and Wednesday nights haven't been the same since. But there's good news for Moore's legion of baby girls! The actor is returning to CBS, taking on the lead role in the S.W.A.T. television series, which is based on the 2003 movie that starred Samuel L. Jackson, LL Cool J, Josh Charles and Michelle Rodriguez.
  • Tabitha Reno
    Published 2 years ago
    Charles 'Mass Murderer' Manson Dies at 83

    Charles 'Mass Murderer' Manson Dies at 83

    Charles Milles Maddox, otherwise known as Charles Manson, is the wild-eyed man known for leading the Manson Family cult.
  • Victor Trammell
    Published 2 years ago
    Could Justice Be On the Way Over Jam Master Jay's Unsolved Murder?

    Could Justice Be On the Way Over Jam Master Jay's Unsolved Murder?

    On January 21, 1965, a hip-hop culture and music icon was born in New York City, New York's borough of Brooklyn. A few calendars shy of 20 years later, this preeminent figure would start on a path that eventually rocketed him to prominence.
  • Christina St-Jean
    Published 2 years ago
    Sexual Assault Isn't Unique to Hollywood

    Sexual Assault Isn't Unique to Hollywood

    “I certainly have treated women in a very sexist way. I have bullied women. I have overlooked women. I have underestimated women, not as a rule. From time to time, I have done what a lot of men do.”