From Khloe Kardashian To David Henrie: 6 Celebrities Who Have Ran Into Trouble With The Law
Being a celebrity means that their best and worst moments are splashed across the front pages, meaning that marriages, break-ups, pregnancies, and cheating scandals are all deemed to be public property.
Including when they run into trouble with the law…
The actor has previously been taken into custody for stealing jewellery, driving under the influence, and using cocaine, although she has since turned her life around and proved that everyone can make the most of a second chance. Lindsay is currently off probation after completing 150 hours of court odered community service.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star was charged with a DUI in 2007 and subsequently failed to enrol in an alcohol education class. At the time, she faced up to 30 days in jail, but was released after less than three hours due to overcrowding.
The singer spent a night in jail back in 2014 after being arrested for drunk driving and driving without a valid license. After his release, he told Complex magazine: “The police just wanted press. I never was speeding; I never was drag racing. The cop supposedly wanted to be famous for arresting celebrities, and someone had heard him say that prior to that.”
The Divergent actor was arrested for criminal trespass and “engaging in a riot” when she protested the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline in North Carolina. At the time, Shailene livestreamed the arrest on Facebook and has since said she felt like a “caged animal” being held in a cell.
ET Online claim that a judge issued a warrant for Tyga’s arrest after he failed to appear in court to discuss his finances. At the time, he was ordered to pay a landlord for unpaid rent and damages to a Malibu property. The rapper is said to have settled with the landlord out of court just days later.
The Wizards Of Waverly Place actor said he felt “humiliated” and “embarrassed” after being arrested at Los Angeles airport for possession of a loaded gun. The 29-year-old said he had brought the weapon “unintentionally” and thanked the police for their quick and professional response.