Monica Lewinsky became infamous for her affair with then-President Bill Clinton. So infamous that I, as a fifth grader, got sent home from school on Halloween because she inspired my costume.
James Franco can land pretty much any girl he wants, so what the Hell was he doing trying to pick up 17-year-old Lucy Cloyde online?!
The 2014 Grammy nominees are loaded with talent ... and sex scandals!
They say there’s no such thing as bad publicity, but we don’t entirely agree. While some sex scandals have generated enough buzz to help a celeb claw their way up from the C-list, they’ve also sparked lawsuits and ruined families. Take a long, hard look at nine of Hollywood’s most infamous ones!
Joe Paterno's family has called on Pennsylvania's attorney general and former FBI Director Louis Freeh to release all emails and records related to their investigations into the Penn State child sex-abuse scandal, saying a leaker or leakers have used selective emails to "smear" the late coach and university officials.
The accusation that John Edwards used the services of "Millionaire Madam" Anna Gristina raised eyebrows. Edwards is the first john publicly linked to the alleged prostitution ring run on the Upper East Side.
I woke up to my TV blaring a news report recounting the details of the Secret Service scandal with Colombian prostitutes, detailing how some were fired, others were allowed to resign, and eight remain under investigation. After pounding my fist into the pillow a few times, I ran to turn it off. My TV is programmed to turn on automatically at 7:30 a.m., and sometimes I think it shouldn't be.
Local New York City news blog DNA Info reported today that former presidential candidate and North Carolina Senator John Edwards was patronizing prostitutes in 2007 — namely a call girl working for the so-called "Soccer Mom Madam" or "Millionaire Madam" on NYC's Upper East Side.
Tiger woods, Jesse James, and now Lamar Odom? Will the husband of Kloe Kardashian find himself in a sex scandal come nightfall?
In hearing the stories coming out of Penn State about the years of lack of follow through on the reports of coach Jerry Sandusky’s clearly inappropriate conduct with young men, it is hard not to wonder how this could have happened. How did all those otherwise caring and intelligent men who either witnessed or heard about what was going on just put it out of their minds? How did they do that? As Mark Twain so famously quipped, "Denial ain’t just a river in Egypt." I have started to wonder if it might be a river in Pennsylvania.
As an atheist, it's nice to know that I'm less likely to ever become president than a devout Christian who's cheated on his wife with everything that moves. Hypocrites much? Even as an atheist, I know the Ten Commandments better than some conservative folks.
In his damning NBC interview, the Penn State ex-coach was remorseless, creepy, and delusional. His lawyer, Joseph Amendola, was stupid to let him talk—though witlessness by the prosecution may yet help Sandusky’s case.