12 Celebrities You Wouldn’t Believe are Jerks in Real Life
We often look up to celebrities to be paragons of virtue, and sometimes we either overlook or put a spotlight on times where they falter and misbehave. For a few celebrities their image as nice folks is a constructed image.
The long-time supermodel has a history of fiery outbursts, often resulting in allegedly hitting and insulting her staff.
The everyman actor behind the Bourne film series and noted philanthropist sometimes lets his mouth run ahead of his head. In 201, he was shown Insulting a cameraman while volunteering for Save Our Schools. In a 2015 episode of “Project Greenlight” Damon condescendingly explained to black co-producer Effie Brown how diversity works in Hollywood.
The former New Kid on the Block and down-to-earth actor from The Fighter and HBO show Ballers often got in trouble with the law during his youth. When he was 16, Mark assaulted two Asian men and was reported to have yelled racial slurs at them during his attacks. Wahlberg recently tried to get a pardon for his crimes from the commonwealth of Massachusetts, but Pepperidge Farm remembers.
If you think you’re overly attached to your phone, you may have met your match with Alec Baldwin. In 2007, Alec reportedly insulted and threatened his daughter for missing a scheduled phone call to him. In 2011 He was removed from an American Airlines flight when he refused to put away his phone before takeoff.
The Australian actor’s alternative charm from Orange is the New Black hides a fiery temper. Rose has been reported as getting into social media feuds with the likes of Khloe Kardashian. Rose also got kicked out of a New Orleans restaurant in May 2016 for throwing food at staff and patrons. Pass the salt.
The world’s most famous singer has a library of stories of him being rude to others. There are multiple allegations of him spitting randomly at passers by, and had once appeared 2 hours late to his own concert, citing an argument and retreating to play video games as the reason.
Sean Penn is known for his compassionate roles in Milk and I Am Sam, and his humanitarianism after Hurricane Katrina and the 2010 Haitian earthquake. But his nice guy image is a cover for his frequent outbursts, such the time he heckled Chris Rock during the 2005 Academy Awards, and rumors of domestic violence during his relationship with Madonna in the 80s.
Rachael’s image as an upbeat and casual cooking star is allegedly just an act for the camera. Audience reviews of her set describer as chilly to the audience and report frequent yelling to staff on set.
This TV and pop star’s innocent image hides a mischievous and impulsive personality Back in 2015.A security camera from a donut shop showed her and her date licking trays of fresh donuts on the counter and supposedly saying that she hated America. She also allagedly said that she wished her fans would “fxxxing die” after finishing an autograph session. She should probably stick to singing for the time being.
The talented and prolific British actor has a history of anger issues when the camera turns off. His most famous tantrum occurred on the set of Terminator Salvation in 2009, The year before, he was arrested for allegedly hitting his mom in an heated argument over him and his wife.
As one of the most prominent celebrities in media, her stratospheric fame seems to have given her a haughty sense of herself. her ex ex-husband Kris Humphries alleged that she thinks little of her fans, referring to them as “‘pathetic” “gullible” “stupid imbeciles” and “boring little nobodies” her recent leak of a Taylor Swift phone call shows a Cersei-like conniving side as well.
Often considered America’s girl next door, Taylor Swift has a passive-aggressive side as well. In 2016, Swift insisted on social media that Kanye West hadn’t asked her permission to include a raunchy reference to her in his song “Famous”, To disprove her side of the story, fellow mean girl Kim Kardashian-West leaked a Snapchat video showing Taylor giving permission and kind words to Kanye’s lyrics over the phone.