Hollywood’s 7 Worst Celebrity Drivers

Hollywood has some really terrible drivers. From hit-and-runs to DUIs, some celebrities seem to think they can get away with anything and, sadly, some of them can cause they’re still driving in spite of their many offences. We decided to go through some of Hollywood’s worst drivers and see which celebrities are the biggest hazards on the road. We dug up some pretty interesting dirt, which will make many of you scared to drive in Los Angeles. Here is our list of the 7 worst drivers in Hollywood. If life were fair, these celebrities would not be allowed to drive!

7. Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan has a terrible driving record. She has been involved in numerous car accidents since she first arrived in Hollywood back in 2004. While some of these accidents involved drugs and alcohols, others were the result of her trying to escape the paparazzi. In 2011, she was involved in an alleged hit-and-run and a year later she crashed into the back of an 18-wheeler. We think she just might be one of the worst celebrity drivers on the road!

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6. January Jones

January Jones got into a nasty accident back in 2010, which is how she earned her “bad driver” title in our books. The “Mad Men” star reportedly lost control of her car and collided with several parked vehicles after she tried to lose members of the paparazzi who were following her. Strangely, after Jones called the police, she also called celebrity chef Bobby Flay, who she had just met at a party, to advise her. We wonder how his wife Stephanie March felt about this!

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5. Nicole Richie

Before she landed a role on “The Simple Life,” Nicole Richie had a reputation for being one of the most dangerous drivers on the road. She had been in a total of five car accidents at that point, two of which were totals. In 2006, the reality TV star was arrested for a DUI after two motorists reportedly spotted Richie’s SUV going the wrong way down a freeway and called the police. According to law enforcement officials, she admitted that she had taken Vicodin and smoked some pot.

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4. Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton has always been viewed as a menace behind the wheel. She spent 23 days in jail back in 2006 for a DUI; however, she didn’t seem to learn her lesson. She was busted in 2007 for driving with a suspended license and, on a separate occasion, for going 70 miles per hour in a 35 zone. It doesn’t end there either. In 2011, actress Sarah Shahi called Hilton out for almost hitting her with her car and for running a stop sign.

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3. Britney Spears

Britney Spears once had a reputation for being an extremely careless driver. She made headlines in 2006 when photographers caught her driving with her infant son Sean Preston on her lap. She got into more trouble in 2007 when she was charged with a hit-and-run, causing property damage and for driving without a valid license. She got into yet another car accident in 2008 when she rear-ended another car in Los Angeles.

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2. LeAnn Rimes

This country singer was at fault in more than one accident in 2009. In August of that year, she got into a minor fender bender with another car. LeAnn Rimes reportedly left the scene of the crime. A month later she was in another accident. Rimes was reportedly leaving Fred Segal when several dozen paparazzi surrounded her. The singer had been looking out the side of her window when she hit the back of the car in front of her.

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1. Amanda Bynes

Amanda Bynes developed a reputation a couple of years back for being a complete and utter hazard on the road. The retired actress committed a number of different offences behind the wheel, which include, but are not limited to, sideswiping a police car, a DUI, driving with a suspended license on more than one occasion, getting high while driving and for causing an accident and then leaving the scene of the crime.

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Cate has a B.A. and an M.A. in English Literature and has been the Managing Editor of Fame10 for more than 6 years. Despite having a love for the works of Thomas Hardy, Leo Tolstoy and Lord Byron, she also has an intense fascination with pop culture. When she isn’t writing for Fame10, she’s planning her next big adventure in Southeast Asia.

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