When not-so-adoring fans try to shake down popular celebrities.
Often child stars fail to shift from child roles to adult roles successfully and fall from public view. Some reemerge as successful adults, but others…
On January 14, 2003, agents seized equipment containing 3.868 terabytes of data from Anthony Pellicano, the “wiretapper to the stars.” The high-profile LA private investigator was convicted of illegally wiretapping conversations with celebrities. He used these recordings for unfair advantage in legal disputes.
The legal run-ins of reality TV stars, from Little People Big World to the Biggest Loser.
Before it became hip for rock musicians to get arrested, these first bad boys and girl set the tone for a generation.
A review of Hollywood’s most irate.
Turns out not even celebs get to choose their families. A look in photos at the legal problems of celebrities’ lesser-known brothers and sisters.
The next generation’s legal woes.
A look at the real-life legal problems of T.V.’s celebrity chefs.
John McAfee, the creator of the virus software that bears his name, is reportedly wanted for questioning in Belize in connection with the murder of American expatriate Gregory Viant Faull, 52, who recently filed a formal complaint against McAfee for firing off guns and exhibiting “roguish behavior.” It doesn’t help that McAfee may have been experimenting with bumping a bath salt base he developed himself.