10 Biggest Celebrity Scandals Of 2014

  
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2014 has been an eventful year for Hollywood’s most elite. So much has happened and we’re sure there’s still more to come! Since the year is finally coming to a close, we figured now would be a good time to go through some of this year’s biggest headline-grabbing scandals. From rape allegations to taped molestation confessions to some good old-fashioned (and unnecessary) nudity, 2014 has seemed way more dramatic than any other year in recent memory. We have pulled together the top 10 biggest scandals of 2014 for your enjoyment. Some of these might still be fresh in your member, but we’re sure some of them have long been forgotten.

10. Kim Kardashian Breaks The Internet

Kim Kardashian broke the Internet a few weeks ago when she went completely nude for the winter edition of Paper magazine. Around that same time, a probe had landed on a comet for the first time ever. In spite of this, the reality TV star’s photos ended up being a hotter trending topic. They caused quite the stir. It turns out that she didn’t actually get paid for the shoot; however, that doesn’t seem to matter. She was probably after only the publicity anyway.

Everyone in Hollywood seemed pretty divided over the scandalous photo spread. Some couldn’t believe how tacky the shots were while others praised her for her amazing post-baby bod. One thing that most people couldn’t deny was that the pictures look really photoshopped. Kim isn’t Barbie. She doesn’t have a waist that tiny, so the only conclusion that we arrived at is that her body was obviously manipulated in the photos.

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9. Teresa and Joe Giudice’s Prison Sentence

Despite pleading guilty to all charges, Teresa and Joe Giudice were sentenced to jail for mail, wire and bankruptcy fraud this year. She will spend 15 months in prison while he will serve 41 months. “For a moment I thought about probation…but I think a period of confinement is absolutely necessary in this case,” the judge told Teresa. “I don’t honestly believe that you understand or respect the law. I need to send a message. In the eyes of the law, it doesn’t matter who you are. There are consequences to pay.”

Teresa must surrender for her sentence on January 15, 2015. Once she has completed her sentence, Joe will serve his. “I am not sure you respect this court or our laws, and I’m not sure you understand what you’ve done,” the judge told Joe. “I want you home with your girls. You’re a great dad.” It is still unknown whether he will be deported following his sentence but, let’s hope for his family’s sake, that he gets to stay here.

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