10 Celebs Who Destroyed Lives Of Innocent People

Meeting with our beloved celebs would be a dream come true for most people, but for some, it's a nightmare. Check out the 10 celebs who have made innocent people's lives a misery.


1. Justin Bieber

The once heartthrob is now an unpleasant subject for most people, especially those who live nearby. Two former neighbors Jeffrey and Suzanne Schwartz sued Justin stating that their whole family was frequently harassed and threatened, which has badly influenced their lives.
In 2014, Bieber sold his house to Khloe Kardashian, and based on what we can tell from "Keeping Up With Kardashians", nightmare is not a bad enough word to describe what will happen to the Schwartz family.


2. Remy Ma

We must mention Remy Ma when it comes to destroying innocent lives, who was sentenced to prison for seven years. She shot her former best pal in the stomach as she believed her friend stole her money, which was only a little over $1,000, despite having no proof.


3. Roman Polanski

In 1977, Roman Polanski allegedly conducted the sexual assault on a then 13-year-old girl, and some other devious acts, among which Roman only admitted the sexual intercourse.
Roman then fled all over Europe to avoid execution, while leaving the girl to suffer in the spotlight for decades.


4. Nick Hogan

Nick Hogan's DUI accident in Florida in 2007 resulted in the permanent brain damage of John Graziano, for which Nick served 166 days behind bars.


5. Bill Cosby

America's Dad Bill Cosby was accused of 30 years' worth of sexual assault by more than 50 women, who waited more than two decades to finally come forward.


6. Val Chmerkovskiy

A 16-year-old girl sued "Dancing with the Stars" star Val Chmerkovskiy for pushing a photo that made fun of her weight and shamed her parents. The photo was of a 9-year-old girl drinking soda with the caption that says "Letting your kid become obese should be considered child abuse."
When the lawsuit news came out in January 2016, he wrote on his Facebook "Worry about your character, not your reputation. Your character is who you are. Your reputation is who people think you are."


7. Ashley Greene

The fire of Ashley Greene's house not only caused her dog's death but also the property damage and health problems of her neighbors.
Besides the fire, the noisy parties were also a main factor that disturbed the normal lives of the neighborhood.


8. Matthew Broderick

In 1987, Matthew Broderick was involved in a head-on collision with another car, killing two people: Anna Gallagher and her mother, Margaret Doherty. However, he walked away from the accident with a $175 fine.


9. Lance Armstrong

Lance Armstrong agreed to open a bike shop with his personal assistant, Mike Anderson after he finished competing. However, he backed out of the bike shop agreement because Anderson refused to sign a nondisclosure agreement. That agreement supposedly would have made Anderson financially responsible for a large sum if he "mentioned ever having worked for Armstrong." Anderson had to flee to New Zealand.


10. Britney Spears

Britney Spears asked her high school friend, Jason Alexander, to marry her on a private jet to Las Vegas. The nuptials were annulled just 55 hours after the couple said "I do." Alexander had to fly back home to Louisiana, coach class.