Some just can’t start their career soon enough. Unfortunately the path is not always straight up. These stars are examples how fame and good looks can vanish in a second. Enjoy drugs, alcohol and mug shots!
10. Miley Cyrus
Whoever starts his or her career at Disney has a 50% chance of failing completely at some point of the career. So why not show your tongue and twerking “skills”. The impressions on the faces of the audience say it all!
9. Shia LaBeouf
The king of Transformers transformed quite badly himself. Developing from promising child actor to vandalizing adult. Congrats!
8. Barret Oliver
Everyone knows him from “The neverending story”. The beardy Scientology dude he has grown into has nothing in common anymore with this cute boy from the movie.
7. Edward Furlong
The boy from “Terminator” grew up. His future doesn’t seem too bright though. Hasta la Vista good looks.
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6. Brian Bonsall
Screen acting alongside Michael J. Fox in the end of the 1980s, Brian knew more prison cells than television sets ten years later. His negative highlight: Being on the run for more than a year in 2009. Police blames his drug and alcohol abuse.
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5. Lindsay Lohan
Disney child star #2. A frightening example what alcohol and drugs can do to you. So don’t touch these things kids…
6. Haley Joel Osment
What happened to the little boy from “The sixth sense” who could see dead people? Seems as if his ghosts caught up and never let go of him.
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The young Macauly’s face expression on the “Home Alone” movie poster looks as if he knew what would happen to him. The best-practice of how hard one can get hit by life.
2. Britney Spears
The last of our fallen Disney princesses. Marrying, weight-gaining and -losing done quick. And everything followed by paparazzi.
1. Michael Jackson
He lives his #1 hit: Doesn’t matter if you’re black or white. Not mentioning all the other scandals he has been involved with over the years.