Malia Obama has shocked the nation with her wild child behavior at only 18 years old, but she isn't the only first kid to wreak havoc on the White House! Find out the top scandals of America's first kids.
Malia Obama has grown up right before America's eyes – and she isn't letting that stop her from letting loose! The 18-year-old shocked when she was caught on camera partying at Lollapalooza. Malia was busted twerking, grinding and lifting her shorts to flash her booty.
In July, Malia was caught on camera again partying in Amsterdam during a birthday bash. A source told Radar of the blowout at The Sugar Factory, "Everybody got drunk really fast." The insider added, "I have to admit even I got pretty tipsy later on, but I remember giving one of those girls a glass filed with pure vodka."
Does Barack approve? Malia's friend Taylor Bennett, who she was photographed hanging out with during Lollapalooza, was arrested in September 28, 2014 for assault. When a man stepped on his foot at a party, Bennett reportedly beat, stomped on and kicked the man in the head. The Cook County Clerk of Court told Radar the felony charge was reduced to a misdemeanor. He pled guilty and was sentenced to two years probation and community service for assault. The misdemeanor charges were eventually dropped.
George W. Bush's daughter Jenna Bush Hager admitted to "a little hanky-panky" during her time in the White House while on Watch What Happens Live. "There was maybe a kiss on the roof."
The "hanky-panky" was the least of Bush's worries. Jenna was busted for being a minor in possession of alcohol when police caught her drinking beer in an Austin, Texas bar when she was 19 years old. She was ordered to perform eight hours of community service and to take an alcohol awareness class.
Only weeks later, she was busted underage drinking with her twin sister Barbara in 2001. Police accused Jenna of attempting to buy alcohol with a fake ID, while Barbara was charged with being a minor in possession of alcohol.
Chelsea Clinton didn't have a reputation of being a bad girl during her father Bill's stint in the White House, but the family drama involving the first daughter began when The National ENQUIRER revealed she might not be Bill's child! Chelsea and Hillary's former law partner Webb Hubbell underwent a paternity test when The ENQUIRER obtained DNA samples during events they attended – and the lab result was "inconclusive!" The finding "does not discount the possibility" that he could be her biological father, a lab official told Radar.
John F. Kennedy Jr.'s marriage to Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy was considered explosive before their deaths in 1997. The book, The Kennedy Curse: Why Tragedy Has Haunted America's First Family for 150 Years, exposes Bessette's alleged cocaine use and violent behavior, while John considered divorce only two days before their plane crashed.