Top 10 Most Shocking Celebrity Scandals

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Top 10 Most Shocking Celebrity Scandals
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Maybe there is such a thing as bad publicity. From R. Kelly’s child pornography allegations to Tiger Woods’ cheating scandal, celebrities are certainly not immune to controversy. WatchMojo is counting down the most infamous news stories featuring celebrities.

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#10: Hugh Grant Is Arrested With Prostitute Divine Brown
#9: R. Kelly Faces Allegations Of Child Pornography
#8: Tiger Woods Caught Cheating
#7: Lance Armstrong Blood Doping
#6: Woody Allen Leaves Mia Farrow For Her Adopted Daughter Soon-Yi Previn
#5: Bill Cosby Rape Scandal
#4: President Bill Clinton And Monica Lewinsky
#3, #2 & #1???

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  1. The fact that Woody Allen married Soon-Yi at 21 but had watched and helped raise her is just disgusting as fuck. Makes you wonder how long he had his eye on her.

  2. A little misleading saying that Bill Clinton was acquitted. On the passage of H. Res. 611, Clinton was impeached on December 19, 1998, by the House of Representatives on grounds of perjury to a grand jury (by a 228–206 vote) and obstruction of justice (by a 221–212 vote). … Clinton thus became the second U.S. president to be impeached, following Andrew Johnson in 1868.

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