Our celebrities are the people in our life the lives of whom we are always eager to know more. We always have a mindset that what these celebs act on the screen are the same in their real life too. Among the adult celebrities, the child stars are among those who are regarded as the most cute, talented actors etc. With growing age, they change their role too but the way they'd change themselves like this was truly unbelievable!
These are the famous celebrity children who chose crime as their priority and not something else.
Child actors Corey Haim and Todd Bridges told the world that what kinds of traumas one has to face when one enters in the entertainment world and what bad ways they use to cope up with the trauma.
The famous child actor of Terminator 2: Judgement Day, who even won many awards for his acting skills. In 1998, Furlong's girlfriend blamed him that he physically abused her. Then in 2006, his wife Rachel Bella claimed that the main reason of their separation was domestic violence. In 2009, he was arrested for punching Bella and again in 2011 for violating protection orders. He was again arrested on the spot for misbehaving with his girlfriend.
Danny Bonaduce played the lovable Danny Partridge on The Partridge Family. He enjoyed the 70's time with fame and success, but 90's were not good for him because he got trapped in legal issues. In 1990, he was arrested for attempting to buy cocaine. Then he was arrested for beating a prostitute whom he picked from Arizona.
Dee Jay Daniels played the precocious son, Michael Hughley, in The Hugleys sitcom. When he was 23, he had been arrested for a murder. He was involved in a gang killing in which he stabbed the victim to death. He had to face marijuana charges too.
Deleon acted in the famous show Power Rangers. He was convicted of the murder of an Arizona couple. Deleon, who is now 36, killed Tom Hawks, 57, and his wife Jackie, 47, by tying them to an anchor and throwing them off their yacht. They believed that Deleon and his wife were interested in buying the boat.
That's So Raven's Orlando Brown played Eddie Thomas on the hit teen sitcom. He also had roles on Family Matters and The Jamie Foxx Show. In his adulthood, he immersed himself in alcohol and drugs. In 2007, he was arrested for having marijuana and drugs. In 2011, he received another DUI charge while driving in Hollywood with his pregnant girlfriend in the car.
After starring in Disney's Blank Check and 80's sitcom Family Ties, Brian Bonsall found himself in and out of jail due to substance abuse issues. In 2001 and 2004, he was again arrested for abusing his girlfriend. He has no wishes to return to Hollywood.
She is one of those who spoiled her life due to bad decision making. In 1998, she acted in The Parent Trap but her career really took off after starring in the 2004 hit film, Mean Girls. In 2006, she was sent to rehab and was again arrested for driving without a license. In 2011, she was again arrested for stealing a necklace and was kept in jail for 23 days.
Lillo Brancato, Jr. acted as Calogero Anello in the 1993 Roberto De Niro film A Bronx Tale. He also appeared on The Sopranos in 2005, but even the hit HBO show couldn't stop him from the crime world. In 2005, he was arrested for having heroin. Brancato was arrested again in NYC on suspicion of murdering an off-duty police officer. In 2008, he was again arrested for second-degree murder. He was later found not guilty of murder, but guilty of first-degree attempted burglary. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison, and was released on parole in December 2013.
Robert Blake starred in the short film series Our Gang from 1939-1944 and later became a alleged murderer. In 2002, Blake was arrested, along with his bodyguard Earle Caldwell, for the murder of Blake's wife. Blake and his bodyguard were both found not guilty of criminal charges. In 2005, the same year, he was found guilty in Bonnie Lee's wrongful death lawsuit and was ordered to pay $30 million. Shortly thereafter, he filed for bankruptcy.
With a screen name as Mark Everett, was a child actor who appeared in the 80's films Stand and Deliver and Pee-Wee's Big Adventure. In 2000, he was convicted of drug charges, and carrying a concealed and loaded illegal firearm and was sentenced to probation. That same year Benitez allegedly bludgeoned Spears to death with a dumbbell. Four years later, on December 23, 2008, police received a call about a suspicious male with a young boy in El Monte, California. Upon arriving on the scene, Benitez ignored the officers' orders and locked himself inside a restaurant bathroom with his son. He held his son hostage for two hours and threatened to kill the young boy during police negotiations.A stand-off ensued, and gunfire was exchanged. Benitez was shot and killed, but his son survived with only a bullet wound to his thigh.