Arrests, Assault, Armed Robbery! Hollywood's Most NAUGHTY Stars Of 2017 EXPOSED

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Dec. 22 2017, Updated 9:48 a.m. ET

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Public nudity, rants against cops, physical and sexual harassment! It’s been a busy year for some very naughty celebs. Click through RadarOnline.com's special report for a look back on the most hated and controversial stars of 2017.

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Public nudity, rants against cops, physical and sexual harassment! It’s been a busy year for some very naughty celebs. Click through RadarOnline.com's special report for a look back on the most hated and controversial stars of 2017.

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Months before the Weinstein bombshell, former Dukes of Hazzard star Tom Wopat was arrested on indecent assault and battery charges, for allegedly grabbing the rear of a co-star of a local production of “42nd Street” he was in. Cops also found a white powdery substance in his car, believed to be cocaine. Wopat, 65, subsequently left the production to take some “personal time to address his ongoing struggle with substance abuse.”

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In May, comedian Kathy Griffin caused controversy, after she posted a controversial picture of herself holding Donald Trump’s bleeding, severed head.

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The backlash was immediate, as she was criticized by both sides of the political aisle, and lost cushy jobs with CNN and Squatty Potty.

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Real Time host Bill Maher found himself in real trouble in June, when he called himself a “house n*****” on his TV show. In an apology statement, he explained that he got caught up in the “banter of a live moment.”

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Bachelor hottie Chris Soules was arrested in April for leaving the scene of a deadly car crash in his native Iowa.

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Soules was caught on camera buying booze just before the crash, and alcohol containers were found on the scene, but he has pleaded not guilty to the charges. His trial is scheduled to begin in January.

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Shia LaBeouf was forced into anger management counseling, after his public intoxication arrest in Savannah, Georgia back in July. The 31-year-old was captured on camera spewing racist comments and cursing to officers.

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Singer Aaron Carter was busted in Habersham County, Georgia in July, and charged with driving under the influence, possession of less than one ounce of marijuana and possession of drug-related objects.

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Nick Carter’s younger brother had a summer of scares, including friends who feared he was suicidal. He also admitted that he was bi-sexual after his most recent arrest, and checked into rehab.

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Comedian and former Howard Stern co-host Artie Lange was arrested and thrown in jail earlier this month, for failure to appear in court to face drug charges. And Radar has learned the troubled addict’s health has gotten so bad, he’s had to receive medical attention behind bars!

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Over the summer, police probed Lil’ Kim‘s involvement in a house armed robbery. The controversial rapper became "a person of interest" as the LAPD look at the case in which $20,000 of cash was taken from the home that was also vandalized. The ‘Not Tonight’ singer went with her friend to rent the Los Angeles property for a lavish BET Awards party – but after they visited the property they changed their minds. Reportedly an argument then ensued between the owner/manager of the home who refused to refund them for the rental. Around 4am on Sunday morning a gang of armed robbers stormed the house and stole the deposit check and cash before vandalizing some cars too.

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