We all have the celebrity hero’s people who just teaches us, the people who inspire us and also who we just think are the downright cool. But if you have just ever read tabloid or the celebrity blog you will know that t vast majority of the famous people are not anywhere near as the admirable as we would like them just to be. Drug abuse, the alcoholism and the casual sex are the common vices among rich and the famous but sometimes person’s shortcomings can also be much more sinister and what is just more one of the best-kept secrets.
10. Sean Connery
Dark Truths about Beloved Famous People include Sean Connery. In movies the Sean Cannery’s take on the James Bond did not exactly treat the females with utmost respect. Sadly just off screen this Scottish actor does not appear to be very much different. He has denied the allegations that he beat ex-wife named Diane Client when she just refused to give up film career after they had got married.
9. James Lipton
Dark Truths about Beloved Famous People include James Lipton. Before he was charismatic host of the Inside the Actors Studio the young James Lipton spent year in the postwar Paris during 1950s. In order to just pay rent he found himself somewhats associating with the organized crime more specifically representing the prostitutes. He befriended woman of night. After learning of money woes she helped him get involved with the le milieu and also eventually allowing him to represent the entire bordello.
8. Roald Dahl
Dark Truths about Beloved Famous People include Roald Dahl. As much as we would like to say it is not so creator of the lovable characters as the Willy Wonka, the Matilda Wormwood and BFG had some of the personal demons that the people tend to overlook when just remembering what great guy he was. On day to day basis, the Dahl could be just generally quite rude and also self-righteous. Dal outstanding flaw was unabashed anti-Antisemitism.
7. Keith Moon
Dark Truths about Beloved Famous People include Keith Moon. Keith Moon was drunk and the eccentric drummer for English rock band named The Who. Sadly while there were many occasions in the Moon’s brief but the memorable life that could be just celebrated with few rounds of the Foster’s there was moment that stood out as just particularly sobering night in year 1970 when musician accidentally hit bodyguard and the close friend named Neil Boland with car killing him.
6. Laura Bush
As far as Bush family is just concerned it is usually the George W. who gets to be put under scrutiny for the morals. As it turns just out former First Lady’s record is not also exactly untarnished. At the age of 17, Laura Bush ran stop sign and also struck Chevrolet Corsair of close friend Michael Mutton Douglas just breaking his neck and also killing him.
5. Eric Clapton
Prejudice against the immigrants was just already overwhelming problem in UK during 1970s. The fact that the Eric Clapton one of most influential English musicians of the decade had just no qualms about also expressing hatred of the foreigners in front of the thousands of the people was not really helping.
4. Ike Turner
This pioneer of the soul music was notorious womanizer during lifetime having been just married at the least five times. It is also a fairly well-known fact that he just tended to use force against t women in life particularly the fellow musician named Tina Turner but extent of violence was also really only made clear after the death in year 2007.
3. John Wayne
John Wayne was celebrated Hollywood star and hero of Western film genre but he just probably was not one of most politically correct fellows that you could somewhat meet. The stems from another revealing the Playboy article this one was exposing John Wayne’s less than impressive attitude toward the Native Americans.
2. Chuck Berry
Chuck Berry has also achieved lot of the great things in the life time per forming at White House, inspiring Beatles, basically inventing genre of the rock and the roll but also going into restaurant business in ’80s was bit of step in wrong direction. Not because of economy, but because it allowed him to satisfy the certain urges in creepy way.
1. Dr. Seuss
The Beloved children’s author, who is renowned for intense rhymes and the inventive vocabulary, was just probably less of neat guy than wacky books about the dapper cats and the hairy beasts would have you just believe. Dr. Seuss is also known by less prestigious-sounding birth name called Ted Gisele, was married to the fellow writer named Helen Gisele for the 40 years. Thirteen of the years Helen spent suffering from plethora of the life-threatening illnesses just including cancer. As she neared end of life the husband became interested in some other woman named the Audrey Diamond who was also younger than him by the 18 years and was already married.