Catwalks, catfights, killings and anything but model behavior.
Famous psychic Sylvia Browne has been in the news for giving a hideously wrong prediction regarding missing woman Amanda Berry. Browne won’t face charges for duping people, but here are some psychics who did. In retrospect, they really should have seen it coming.
Pro wrestlers’ tussles with the law.
Heirs under arrest. The idle rich are hard to entertain.
Strippers who got snagged by the law.
From our friends at the Daily Dot: Eight lawyers appeared in court Tuesday to testify about operations for Prenda, the most notorious “copyright troll” law firm, known for accusing Americans of downloading porn, and threatening to sue if they don’t pay up. They all reportedly "took the fifth."
Teachers’ entanglements with the law.
The week of March 18, 2013, Butler County, Ohio prosecutor, Mike Gmoser filed a lighthearted, though very real, criminal complaint against the groundhog Punxsutawney Phil for predicting an early spring, when we are obviously still very much in the throes of winter.
Porn stars and their run-ins with the law.