Actors, musicians and celebrities deprived of their personal property.
No one is immune from financial hardship in this tough economy.
On May 9, 1997, popular Hollywood photographer Roland Kuster is found dead in his Los Angeles studio. Broken glass littered the floor, a bloody shoeprint told detectives that Kuster’s death wasn’t an accident.
37 celebrities, who at one point in their lives, whether intentionally or not, took the life of another person. Some of the names on this list might surprise you.
The whole story of the fateful helicopter accident that occurred during the filming of Twilight Zone: The Movie, which resulted in the death of actor Vic Morrow and two young children, and forever changed the way stunts are filmed in Hollywood.
A famous Hollywood director of numerous classic films was driving home from a party in 1935 and caused a car crash that killed three people. But in the early days of automobiles and drinking, Busby Berkeley was able to continue his career despite his probable guilt.
Lab tests of Brittany Murphy’s remains suggest the 32-year-old “Clueless” star did not die of natural causes. Murphy’s father has a theory that his late daughter and her husband, Simon Monjack, were poisoned in retaliation for speaking out in support of a whistle-blower.
Unearth the deadly secrets hiding beneath the glitz and glam of Tinsel Town.
A look at the famous story that has everything: sex, porn, drugs, Hollywood and of course, murder.
Surrounded by scandal and violence, the beautiful and talented actress Barbara Payton went from promising Hollywood starlet to desperate alcoholic prostitute in just a few short years.