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10 Child Stars Who Chose A Life Of Crime...No.1 Will Definitely Shock You!



As the years pass...you won't believe what they turned into

Edward Furlong

Edward Furlong

Immensely popular for his supporting role in the 1991 film, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Furlong, who was 14 years old at the time received many awards and accolades for his terrific performance. But he grew up to become an arrogant brat who indulged in molestation and abuses against his girlfriends and was even jailed for that. In 2013, he once again committed violence against his new girlfriend and was arrested on the spot. He was able to escape jail time by agreeing to go to rehab for drug addiction for 90 days, as well as attending 52 weeks of domestic violence counseling.

Danny Bonaduce

Danny Bonaduce

He is the one who played the lovable Danny Partridge on The Partridge Family. As a 70s child star, Bonaduce had the world in the palm of his hands until the 90s when he was charged with certain legal issues. He was arrested to buy cocaine in the year 1990 and the next year, he was arrested for robbing and beating a transvestite prostitute he had picked up in Arizona.

Dee Jay Daniels

Dee Jay Daniels

Dee Jay played the mature son, Michael Hughley, in The Hugleys sitcom. But in his 23rd year, he lost all the good popularity that he had when he was arrested for a murder that occurred in Stockton, CA. Daniels allegedly stabbed the victim, J.J. Lewis, to the death in what has been called a gang-related killing.

Skylar Deleon

Skylar Deleon

A former child actor who appeared as an extra in the Mighty Morphine Power Rangers, Skylar Deleon was charged with three counts of first-degree murder after the death of a Prescott, Arizona couple. Allegedly, he killed Tom Hawks, 57, and his wife Jackie, 47, by tying them to an anchor and throwing them off their yacht. And his killing spree didn't end here. Deleon was also convicted of slitting the throat of a man named John Jarvi back in 2003 post which he was sentenced to death.

Orlando Brown

Orlando Brown

Famous for his role of Eddie Thomas on the hit teen sitcom, Orlando Brown turned to a life of alcohol and drugs as an adult. In 2007, he was arrested for possession of marijuana, and that following year, he caught charges for DUI and drug possession. In 2011, he received another DUI charge while driving in Hollywood with his pregnant girlfriend in the car.

Brian Bonsall

Brian Bonsall

Starring in Disney's Blank Check and 80s sitcom Family Ties, Brian Bonsall has been very popular during his childhood. However, as an adult, he has been in news for all wrong reasons. In 2001 and 2004, Bonsall was arrested for DUI, and a few years later, he was charged with second-degree assault on his girlfriend.

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan

One of the most notorious child artists, Lindsay Lohan is the one who had achieved great success right from the childhood. But as she grew up, it all slipped out of her hand because of excessive drinking and drugging. In the year 2006, the star voluntarily checked in to rehab, and months later, she was charged with her first DUI and was also caught with drugs.

Lillo Brancato Jr.

Lillo Brancato Jr.

Do you remember him as Calogero Anello in the 1993 Roberto De Niro film A Bronx Tale? In the year 2005, Brancato was arrested in New York and charged with seventh-degree misdemeanor criminal possession of heroin and in December of that same year, Brancato was arrested again in NYC on suspicion of murdering an off-duty police officer.

Robert Blake

Robert Blake

When he starred in the Our Gang short film series which ran during 1939-1944, nobody would have guessed that he would grow up to become an alleged killer. In 2002, Blake was arrested, along with his bodyguard Earle Caldwell, for the murder of Blake's wife, Bonnie Lee, whose body was found in North Hollywood, CA with a bullet hole through the head. Though he was given a clean chit in the year 2005, he isn't completely innocent. In the same year, he was found guilty in Bonnie Lee's wrongful death lawsuit and was ordered to pay $30 million.

Manuel Benitez

Manuel Benitez

Popular by his screen name Mark Everett, he was a child actor who appeared in the 80s films Stand and Delivers and Pee-Wee's Big Adventure amongst others. As roles slipped out of his hands, he closed in on being a drug dealer. In 2000, he was convicted of drug charges, and carrying a concealed and loaded illegal firearm and was sentenced to probation. When his girlfriend and mother of his son, Stephanie Spears chose to end their 12-yr-long relationship, he killed her with a dumbbell in front of his 3-yr-old son and fled with him from there. Next, when he was tracked by police in California, he locked himself up in the bathroom with his son and held his son hostage for two hours and threatened to kill the young boy during police negotiations. However, ultimately Benitez was shot and killed, but his son survived with only a bullet wound to thigh.



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