Figures who are famous for the wrong reasons

Lorena Bobbitt -
She became infamous for her shocking act of cutting off her husband's genitalia, leading to a sensationalized trial.

John Bobbitt -
As a survivor of the violent act, John Bobbitt used his fame to some extent by participating in adult films and making appearances on various media outlets.

Courtney Stodden -
The reality star and tabloid sensation first rose to fame in 2011 when she married her much older acting coach, Doug Hutchison, at the age of 16.

Kato Kaelin -
The aspiring actor lived in O.J. Simpson's guest house during the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, and became a key witness in the case.

Kato Kaelin -
With his newfound fame, he began to land acting roles, often appearing as himself in comedic sketches, reality TV, and talk shows to build and leverage his notoriety. 

Nicole Arbour-In 2015, Nicole Arbour gained notoriety on YouTube for her video 'Dear Fat People,' where she criticized and mocked overweight individuals, refusing to apologize by labeling it "satire."

Nicole Arbour- In 2018, she stirred controversy once more by creating her own version of Childish Gambino's 'This Is America,' facing accusations of cultural appropriation, yet remaining unapologetic.

Monica Lewinski -
The former White House intern became famous due to her involvement in the White House sex scandal involving President Bill Clinton.

Anthony Weiner -
The former U.S. Congressman's career crumbled due to a sexting scandal that played out in the public eye.

Kaitlin Bennett -
In 2018, Kaitlin Bennett gained attention for openly carrying firearms on the campus of Kent State University, which had a tragic history of student protests in the 1970s.

Kaitlin Bennett -
She later caused controversy by posing at Chick-fil-A, which is known for its anti-LGBTQ+ stance, and mocking Parkland survivor David Hogg.

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