2016 has been one of the craziest years this millennium, especially when it has come to the latest celeb scandals.
Scandals such as divorce, naked frolics, affair revelations and rape allegations. Let’s remember some of the most notorious and embarrassing scandals that Celebs tangled themselves in during the past year.
Brangelina Divorce and Abuse Accusations
Hollywood’s favorite couple dramatically called it quits this year, much to the shock of loyal fans who have always believed they represented the epitome of a successful Hollywood love story. Citing irreconcilable differences, the pair decided to demonstrate their bitterness and hostility center stage, in the public eye.
Angelina also accused Brad of child abuse, but ultimately the authorities dropped the charges. Brad recently filed documents countering Angelina’s request to be granted sole legal custody of their 6 children. Looks like next year will be vicious.
Johnny Depp Domestic Violence Accusations
Another Hollywood couple that experienced a dramatic break up this year were Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. After Australian officials humiliated them in Australia, when they smuggled their dogs into the country, disregarding the strict quarantine laws, Heard decided to accuse Depp of domestic violence and demanded a divorce.
A video leaked which appeared incriminatory, but Depp agreed to settle with Heard out of court.
Kanye West and Taylor Swift Dispute Naked Video
This year, Kanye West released an incredibly controversial video to accompany his latest single, that contained naked wax figures of celebrities and politicians sleeping in bed with him. Not only was one of the figures Taylor Swift, but West also mentioned in his lyrics that he had “made that bitch famous.”
Swift slammed the lyrics at the Grammys and also claimed West had no permission to mention her in such a slanderous way. West’s wife Kim Kardashian then came forward with a recording of the conversations that had initially taken place between Swift and West, which revealed she had indeed given permission.
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