The most scandalous celebrity biographies ever published

Elvis Presley - Albert Goldman's 1981 'Elvis' has become one of the most controversial unauthorized biographies ever published.

Elvis Presley - Among other accusations, Goldman described the King of Rock as "a pervert," claimed Elvis was homosexual, and that he plagiarized from other artists.

Steve Jobs - Steve Jobs's self-titled biographic book by author Walter Isaacson was actually authorized.

Steve Jobs - However, it didn't lack in meaty details about the life of the Apple founder, such as the story behind his illegitimate daughter, whom Jobs abandoned.

Holly Madison -
Holly Madison's memoir 'Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny' gives insight into her life at the Playboy Mansion.

Holly Madison - The book is filled with allegations of drug abuse, parties, and catfights between the Playboy Bunnies.

Simon Cowell - Investigative journalist Tom Bower wrote the unauthorized book 'Sweet Revenge: The Intimate Life of Simon Cowell,' which the music mogul later claimed was "embarrassing."

Simon Cowell - Among other revelations, the biography gave insight into Cowell's alleged one-night affair with fellow X Factor judge Dannii Minogue.

Oprah - The star was another one of Kelley's victims, but 'Oprah: A Biography' failed to nail the scandal factor as most of its revelations are already well-known facts.

Oprah - She mentions Oprah won't give her mother her phone number, and that she didn't live a deprived childhood at all. She also claims to know who Oprah's father is, but won't reveal...

Barbara Walters - The respected journalist's autobiography 'Audition: A Memoir' is filled with juicy details of her life.

Barbara Walters - One of the most scandalous stories is the one of her alleged love affair with married senator Edward Brooke.

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