Some of the most popular celebrities have committed the most disturbing crimes! Click through these 15 slides to find out which A-listers committed the most heinous offenses.
Paul Reubens, better known as “Pee Wee Herman,” was sentenced to three years behind bars in 2004 after pleading guilty to obscenity charges after child pornography was found at his home. He was required to register as a sex offender while he was on probation. Justin Bieber’s BFF Jeffrey Jones was busted in the same investigation.
Duane Chapman, better known as “The Bounty Hunter,” was convicted of first-degree murder in 1976 after his friend accidentally shot and killed someone during a drug deal. He served 18 months in prison before going on to reality TV fame.
Aaron Hernandez was found guilty of first-degree murder in 2015 after gunning down Odin Lloyd. He is currently facing another trial in regards to a drive-by shooting in 2012.
Oscar Pistorious was sentenced to six years in prison for his girlfriend’s murder.
Flavor Flav was charged with attempted murder and spent 90 days in jail for shooting his neighbor after he served 30 days in jail for assaulting his then-girlfriend.
Snoop Dogg was charged with murder in 1993, but was acquitted.
O.J. Simpson was found not guilty of murdering Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, but the crime still remains a mystery. He was later found guilty for the wrongful death and battery of Goldman and battery of Brown in a civil suit. He is up for parole this year.
Bill Cosby is currently involved in a trial over Andrea Constand’s accusations that he drugged and molested her in 2004. Countless other women came forward with similar allegations, but the statue of limitations had run out in many of the cases.
Jay-Z pleaded guilty to stabbing a man in 1999, and was given a three year probation sentence.
Mark Wahlberg was charged with attempted murder as a teenager, but only pleaded guilty to assault. He was sentenced to two years in jail, but only served 45 days of his sentence.
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