Every day when you open the newspaper, you will definitely find the news of some scandal,
happening somewhere, and the Celebrity Scandals always grab a huge attention. And this
sometimes makes me wonder, what would have happened if we would have had the Internet when
these historical celebrity Scandals were exposed.
Today the celebrity scandals are plagued by continuous conversations on the social media,
which makes it difficult to believed how many public figures were once able to get away
1. The Tragic Death of Child Superstar Judith Barsi
A precociously talented screen and voice actress, Judith Barsi, was very popular during the
80’s. Her maturity and professionalism had earned her opportunities to play characters that
were older than her, which was an extreme rarity for a child actor. Though her life looked all
rosy, she had a very difficult life, mostly because of her abusive and alcoholic father, Joe
Barsi. Barsi shot himself in 1988, after murdering his wife and 10-year- old daughter in their
2. Jerry Lee Lewis Marries His 13-Year- Old Cousin
Though Lewis and his publicists insisted that his first cousin was 15year old at that time, the
young bride was actually 13. The marriage was kept a secret only to be brought out by a
British journalist. The scandal destroyed Lewis’s career, but he managed to escape Jail.
3. John Lennon Beat His Wives
Despite a public image of a lovable hippie granddad, he was constantly abusing his son,
Julian, both verbally and emotionally. His wives, Cynthia Lennon, and later Yoko Ono,
revealed to have been physically abused by him when he was angry. Lennon even admitted
the same in interviews, though he added in the interviews that he didn’t face such issues any
4. A Showgirl Dies Mysteriously After Partying with Fatty Arbuckle
A comedy actor in silent films, Arbuckle, was known for his lovable, oafish persona. He was
known to be a party animal and things got out of control in one such party when a young
actress Virginia Rappe had to be rushed to the hospital, where she ultimately died.
The actress had suffered from a ruptured bladder and other physical trauma, probably due to
violent sexual assault. His case was sent to trial after one of Rappe’s friends accused him
directly. Though the actor was not found guilty, his public image and career were damaged
5. Joan Crawford Is Outed as a Child Abuser
One of the most powerful and in-demand performers in Hollywood, Joan Crawford was
known for being a perfectionist. She was a professional and had a powerful screen presence.
The actress was married four times and had four adopted children.
Though the pictures of her children suggested of their fairy tale life of luxury, two of her
oldest adoptees, Christina and Christopher, were critical of the actress as adults. After her
death, Christina published a tell-all autobiography called “Mommie Dearest,” where she
accused the late actress of systematic emotional and physical abuse. This memoir was later
made into a movie in 1981.
6. President Kennedy’s Affair with Marilyn Monroe
It is beyond expectations that the media would help downplay a Presidential affair. President
John F. Kennedy’s affair with international sexpot Marilyn Monroe during the 1960s, wa not
publicized as the journalists apparently seemed to have felt that it would be disrespectful and
tawdry to highlight the President’s infidelities. Though everyone knew about the affair, it was
never publicized while either of them was alive.
7. Jackie Coogan’s Parents Unapologetically Screw Him Out of His Own Money
Premier child star, Jackie Coogan starred in the film, “The kid,” as an adorable orphan,
informally adopted by Chaplin’s Little Tramp, who is almost permanently separated from his
scrappy caregiver by unfeeling child services employees.
His real life turned out to be much sad when his unsympathetic real-life parents refused to
give him his share of the generous sum he had earned as a child actor on Chaplin’s film. After
a lengthy and heartbreaking legal battle with his mother and stepfather, he managed to
recover only $126,000 from the civil suit after legal fees. This case also paved way to the
California Child Actor’s Bill, which safeguards a percentage of all child actors’ earnings until
the age of 21.
8. Lana Turner’s Daughter Accused of Stabbing Lana’s Lover to Death
Cheryl Cane was accused of stabbing her mother Lana Turner’s boyfriend. The victim was a
small-time criminal with whom Turner had been romantically involved for just a few
months. Crane, 14 at that time, was tried for the murder, later ultimately acquitted, after she
claimed to have had stabbed Stamponato after overhearing him threatening to kill her mother.
Crane published a memoir in 1988 called Detour, where she detailed the incident, thus
9. Judy Garland’s Pill Addiction
Judy Garland rocketed to stardom after headlining MGM’s adaptation of The Wizard of
Oz. She was a talented singer and dancer, who was also subject of derision due to her boxy
After being forced to lose weight, with gruelling hours of rehearsal, she became addicted to
prescription ”uppers” and ”downers.” Ultimately unable to recover, she died of an overdose at
10. The Mysterious, ”Accidental” Death of Thomas Ince
A movie was made in 2001 called “The Cat’s Meow” which described the incidents that took
place on newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst’s private yacht on a November evening
in 1924. Ince had been invited for dinner along with several others, from where he was forced
to leave due to stomach troubles. He passed away two days later.
The inconsistencies in Hearst’s reporting of the incident, led to the spread of the rumour that
the death had been accidental manslaughter. Hearst is suspected to have been suspecting that
his wife was having an affair with film star Charlie Chaplin. He had meant to shoot Chaplin
after catching him in a compromising situation with Davies but had accidentally shot Ince
11. Eddie Fisher Divorces Debbie Reynolds to Marry Elizabeth Taylor
The media went crazy when pop idol Eddie Fisher announced that he was divorcing Debbie
Reynolds, America’s honey-blonde sweetheart, to begin a relationship with sultry bombshell
The couple had been together for years and had two children. This incident devastated
Fisher’s career, with everyone sympathizing with Debbie Reynolds, though Taylor’s career
stood just fine. Taylor later left Fisher for Richard Burton.
Top 4 Scandals From The Royal Zone
A couple of days prior, photographs of Prince Harry romping stripped with a blonde hit the web. While the sovereign has had his offer of discussion before, incorporating going to a gathering in a Nazi uniform and getting found smoking weed, he has far to go to make up for lost time to some of his shocking relatives.
The George IV Scandal
The most significant embarrassment of his life included his primary courtesan, a twice-widowed Catholic lady named Maria Fitzherbert. When she declined to lay down with him, he began sending her suicide noticed that kept running as long as 42 pages. In the end, she yielded—however just on the off chance that he wedded her.
Not at all like the Prince of Wales today, George essentially couldn’t wed a plebeian. Over that, it was illicit for him to marry a Catholic. He disregarded all that, however, and wedded Mrs Fitzherbert in a mystery wedding in the dead of night. It was secret to the point that apparently everybody in England thought about it inside a couple of months. After ten years, when his dad demanded he get hitched for genuine to a remote princess he abhorred, George’s unlawful marriage debilitated to crash the entire thing. At last, he surrendered his paramour and various youngsters to do his obligation, yet his picture was discoloured until the end of time.
The Edward VII Scandal
Edward VII was more likely than not the most finished sexed ruler in British history. For the duration of his life, it is evaluated he laid down with a considerable number of ladies. Some prompted outrages, including a previous companion debilitating to extort the sovereign after he laid down with his companion’s better half. No ifs and or buts it was his first sexual experience that sent the most grounded shockwaves through the regal family.
Edward (who was called Bertie by his family) had the setback of being profligate in a group of prudes. His folks, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, had both been virgins when they wedded and it never struck them that their kids could ever consider not following that way themselves. Be that as it may, at 19 years old, his folks sent him off to a military camp for the mid-year, and there he experienced the camp whore. Regardless of being watched like a peddle by his chaperones, he figured out how to have intercourse with her three distinct circumstances, all of which he recorded in his journal.
Inevitably one of his chaperones discovered what was happening and educated Edward’s folks. Their response was exaggerated, without a doubt. They would never take a gander at him again without being reminded of how he had fizzled. He would never get hitched now since his significant other would be too great and unadulterated for him. Bertie backpedalled to class at Cambridge. However, his dad, not substance to reprimand him in letters, came to visit and took his child on a long stroll in the rain keeping in mind the end goal to holler at him some more. At the point when Prince Albert fell sick a brief timeframe later, the specialists revealed to Queen Victoria it was because of the stun of her child’s double-crossing. Albert passed on of his disease, and Victoria pointed the finger at her child and beneficiary for the demise of her dearest spouse for whatever remains of her life. All since he got it on with a hooker.
The Queen Victoria Scandal
While she may have been smug in her more youthful years, in maturity, Queen Victoria may have pulled out all the stops. When she was widowed, she pulled back entirely from open life and segregated herself on her nation domains. There she turned out to be near a Scottish hireling named John Brown (envisioned with the Queen). She enabled him to take freedoms that nobody else would dream of, such as calling her “lady” rather than “Your Majesty.” She gave him exhibits and made different respects and awards to present to only him. Her kids took to calling Brown “Mom’s sweetheart,” and soon bits of gossip were returning to London about their relationship. Some guaranteed they rested in abutting rooms and that a pastor had conceded on his demise bed that he had directed a mystery marriage between the two. A well-known magazine began alluding to the ruler as Mrs Darker.
At the point when Brown kicked the bucket, Victoria was upset. She had a statue of him assembled and the directions she cleared out when she kicked the bucket incorporated that she be covered with a bolt of his hair, his photo, and a ring he had given her. After Victoria’s passing, her most youthful little girl experienced her journals and consumed a large number of the pages that she thought were excessively messy, making it impossible ever to observe the light of day. Numerous are ventured to have been about Brown.
Unexpectedly, similar to Prince Harry, Queen Victoria was additionally the subject of a lascivious picture in her childhood, despite the fact that this one was deliberate. As a present for her better half from the get-go in their marriage, she had a scandalous picture painted of herself, one which Prince Albert discovered so attractive that he concealed it away in his private office so nobody else could ever coincidentally observe it.
The Duke of Kent’s Scandal
No individual from the regal family has ever been viewed as more shocking to the family that the present ruler’s Uncle George, the Duke of Kent. His life is considered so disagreeable that right up ’til today his papers are fixed at Windsor Castle, and no analysts are permitted to take a gander at them. This may have a comment on the way that George was androgynous.
As the fourth child of George V and fifth in line to the position of authority, George, similar to Prince Harry, knew his odds of getting to be above all else were thin and he was more liberated than his siblings to carry on with the life he needed to. Also, it turned out the experience he needed to live included bunches of sex and medications.
Before his marriage, he should have delighted in the organisation of thin blonde men, however, a while later his tastes extended to incorporate a dark (female), vocalist. He was captured for participating in gay movement in any event once, however, discharged when his character was affirmed. The papers might not have provided details regarding his careless activities, but rather all of high society thought about them.
George was likewise vigorously dependent on morphine and cocaine and was put under house capture by one of his siblings amid the 1920s trying to cure him. It didn’t work.
The Duke was not watchful when it came to keeping in touch with his darlings and was supposedly extorted by a male whore over his affection letters. Other filthy notes by George to Noel Coward were likely stolen from the dramatist’s home.
George passed on in a plane crash at 39 years old. Puzzle even encompasses his passing. While the official form is that the pilot took the wrong flight way and collided with a mountain, bits of gossip began flowing that the Prince, a pilot himself, had been flying during alcoholic. Others spread vulgar gossipy tidbits that his way of life had turned out to be excessively of a risk for his family, and he had been slaughtered deliberately.
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Top 5 Financial Scams Of All Time
History is full of with tricks and fakes that expelled billions of dollars from the pockets of financial specialists and pulverised whole economies. This post contains the absolute most critical.
There is one significant contrast, however, between the Great Wall Street Ripoff and the all whatever is left of these history-production tricks. Check whether you can make sense of it before you get to the finish of this best five list!
The greatest case of fraud in European history has a place with Parmalat. Everything began when the Italian dairy goliath couldn’t make a $185 million bond instalment, provoking examiners to investigate the organisation’s accounts. By the day’s end, it was discovered that over a 15-year term, Parmalat had faked vast amounts of reports and designed advantages for cover almost $16 billion in liabilities – more than the organisation was worth at the time. A once flourishing organisation that developed from humble beginnings in Italy to claim 3 European football clubs and support a Formula One driver, Parmalat was blamed for budgetary extortion and tax evasion.
The Charles Keating Scam
Charles H. Keating was a champion swimmer, dissident, legal counsellor, investor, and land engineer. Be that as it may, the thing he is most known for is his part in the investment funds and advance embarrassment of the late 1980s. Charles Keating turned into the head of Lincoln Savings and Loan Association in 1984. Quickly in the wake of joining the venture, he terminated the current administration. Amid those circumstances, there were very free limitations on managing an account ventures. Exploiting this opportunity, Keating started putting contributor’s cash in high-chance speculations. For the following four years, Lincoln’s benefits expanded. It ascended from $1.1 billion to $5.5 billion.
In 1989, Lincoln Savings’ parent organisation, American Continental Corporation, went bankrupt. The day after American Continental Corporation went bankrupt, Federal specialists seized Lincoln Savings. The trick left 23,000 clients with useless bonds.
The Mississippi Fraud Scheme
At the point when Scottish budgetary virtuoso John Law began an organisation to build up then-wild Louisiana, he didn’t see anything amiss with advertising the possibilities instead of the truth. He persuaded speculators (counting the French government) to back his improvement conspire. Offers in his organisation soar and French money expanded in esteem, since it was trusted France would pick up a pile of gold and silver from what was then just a swampy backwater. At the point when financial specialists got what Louisiana resembled, shared plunged. Law barely abstained from being lynched, getting away only by camouflaging himself as a sick person. He kicked the bucket in destitution nine years after the fact.
The Ponzi Scheme
In the mid-year of 1919, Charles Ponzi was living in Boston. The thought of a trick started framing in his mind when he got a letter from a Spanish organisation. The letter contained a global answer coupon (IRC). This coupon could be recovered by the beneficiary for postage to the sender’s nation. Ponzi understood that he could purchase the ticket in one country and after that trade them for postage in another country with a higher estimation of postage. Before long, he set his arrangement into movement, yet he required a lot of money to purchase the IRCs with poor, European monetary forms.
To collect the cash, he went to his companions and guaranteed them twofold returns in 90 days. A few people contributed, and they got the enthusiasm as guaranteed. In January 1920, Ponzi opened his particular organisation to advance this plan. In the first place, 18 individuals contributed. They got the guaranteed intrigue the following month. As word spread about this unimaginable plan, ventures began pouring in.
By June 1920, the net aggregate interest in Ponzi’s plan rose to $2.5 million. Individuals started selling their homes and even put their life reserve funds in the plan. Nobody understood that Charles Ponzi was paying the before financial specialists with the cash contributed by new speculators. Ponzi’s quick ascent drew doubts, and his exposure operator discovered implicating records identified with the trick. The operator composed an article for the Boston Post which brought Ponzi’s trick into general visibility. From here on, things went south for Charles Ponzi, and his speculators lost about $20 million. In November 1920, Ponzi was condemned to five years in jail.
The Libor Scandal
The Libor rate is a loan fee utilised by banks and money related establishments everywhere throughout the world. It’s a worldwide loan fee, and it influences $350 trillion worth of advantages. That is 20 times the measure of the U.S. economy.
The embarrassment included the illicit settling of this rate. Banks would over or under-report the rate to profit them – making vast amounts of trade out the procedure. Raise the price a couple of premise focuses and all of a sudden you’ve made an additional 200 million dollars in two minutes. It’s evaluated that Libor settling has taken a toll different U.S. legislative elements in any event $6 billion.
It can make for troubling perusing. However, it is critical that we take away lessons from the budgetary outrages of the past. Continuously get your work done when you get into contributing and don’t underestimate anything.
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Top 4 Political Scandals That Rocked UK
As they say, nothing in this world is devoid of shortcomings. The world coloniser United Kingdom is no different, and we have a list of scandals that rocked the allied nation.
Here goes the list –
Westminster WhatsApp Sex Scandal
The scandal broke out courtesy of a WhatsApp group used by women working in Westminster who utilize it to caution each other about MPs with a notoriety for sexually wrong conduct.
Different claims about conduct in the Commons originated from a previous Westminster bar supervisor, who told the Sun how she was bothered for sex by up to 30 MPs.
Ministers including Mark Garnier and Damian Green were among the legislators named in the report, which also incorporates MPs over the political separation grabbing staff in lifts and having “meandering hands” in taxis.
Individuals from the group included parliamentary scientists, secretaries and assistants who assert that legislators on the two sides of the house have had intercourse in their workplaces, revoltingly bugged individuals from staff and subjected female specialists to sexist comments.
Tobacco Advertising Scandal, 1997
Surrogate advertising is something that is used by brands across the globe on a regular basis. But what makes this exceptional is the fact that a public exemption for Tobacco was made for F1, reportedly – all for personal gains.
In January 1997 Mr Ecclestone, the Formula One boss, gave £1million to Labor – a gift just made open toward the beginning of November after the administration had reported F1 would be excluded from a restriction on tobacco ads.
Mr Ecclestone campaigned for the exclusion at a gathering at Number 10 with Mr Blair on 16 October.
A political storm was followed by a media outburst, during which the Mr. Blair downplayed the link between any conjecture that was being made. Eventually, he had to apologize during an interview with BBC One, during which he stated that the issue was handled in a bad way.
Years have passed, but this still continues to haunt.
UK’s Arms Trade to Iraq
The Arms-to-Iraq scandal included the indictment of Matrix Churchill and directors Paul Henderson and Peter Allen by Customs and Excise department in 1992 for the asserted illicit fare to Iraq of mechanical weapons.
The case crumbled on November 1992 when it rose that the then Conservative government knew about the tradeoffs. This prompted the setting up of the Scott Inquiry, lead by Lord Justice Scott which explored the Matrix Churchill case.
In 2001 the two chiefs were paid pay by the administration out of a store for unnatural birth cycles of equity.
Several assassinations like those of arms dealer Gerald Bull, a 28-year-old British journalist, Jonathan Moyles, and the former deputy prime minister of Belgium, Andre Cools have been allegedly linked to this scandal.
John Stonehouse – Return From Fake Death
John Stonehouse, was a British Labour and Co-operative Party politician and junior minister, who remembered for his unsuccessful attempt at faking his own death in 1974. He was found in Melbourne with his girlfriend and previous secretary, Sheila Buckley, who instantly started a legal battle against Britain to confront extortion charges emerging from his business dealings, which left a reserve he set up to assist Bangladeshi casualties of a tropical storm with £600,000 missing from its records.
His significant other of 24 years, Barbara, was at first elated at the news of her better half’s arrival from the dead and flew out to Australia for an enthusiastic gathering – just to learn of Sheila Buckley’s presence and her significant other’s double-crossing.
This came as a big blow.
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