1. Darren Sharper
Sharper has been accused of drugging and sexually assaulting as many as nine women in five states. He has been held in the Los Angeles County Jail since Feb. 27th.
2. Rosey Grier
Grier is being sued for allegedly sexually assaulting his female neighbor, Jana Young, a married woman who says she allowed Grier to move into her home in while his house was under construction. She claims he not only exposed himself but shoved his hands down her pants.
3. Ceelo Green
CeeLo pled not guilty to a felony charge of slipping ecstasy to a 33-year-old woman who also accused him of sexually assaulting her. Prosecutors concluded there was not enough evidence to take that accusation to court.
4. Mike Tyson
Tyson was found guilty in 1992 by an Indianapolis jury of raping an 18-year-old beauty pageant contestant. He was sentenced to six years in prison followed by four years probation.
5. Alex Da Silva
Da Silva, a former choreographer for the hit show So You Think You Can Dance entered a plea of not guilty to the rape of four women between the ages of 20 through 26 during the years 2002-2009. The victims were all dancers or aspiring dancers and met him through his classes.
6. Britney Spears
In 2010, Spears was accused of sexually harassing her bodyguard, former policeman Fernando Flores. He claimed Spears allegedly walked around naked in front of him on several occasions. Flores felt if he didn’t reciprocate he&’d lose his job. He gave notice and Spears settled out of court.
7. Sean Kingston
Kingston faced gang rape charges by Carissa Capeloto. She claims that Kingston, his bodyguard and a member from his band all raped her after his Seattle show. The case was dropped after police determined Capeloto wasn’t credible enough to pursue the case.
8. Tupac Shakur
In 1993 Tupac and his entourage were accused of sexually assaulting a woman in his hotel room. He was cleared of the sodomy charges, but was convicted of “unwanted touching of the buttocks.” He was sentenced to one to four years in jail and served part of his sentence.
9. Al Gore
An Oregon woman publicly accused Gore (in the Nat’l Enquirer) of sexually abusing her in his hotel room. Two massage therapists also accused him of sexual assault. Gore of course denied all these claims.
10. Harvey Weinstein
Harvey Weinstein has been accused and charged with multiple accounts of sexual assault against actresses in Hollywood over his many years in the industry. As od 2017, he’s currently being investigated by New York and London authorities for cases of sexual assault.
11. Bill Cosby
Thirteen women came forward in 2004 with allegations that the actor and drugged and sexually abused them. At the time, the lawsuit made a minor ripple in the media, but, their accounts were eventually dismissed and barely (if any) damage was done to his image.
12. John Travolta
Travolta was accused of sexual misconduct by four different men claiming he groped and fondled them against their will.
13. Lawrence Taylor
Taylor was arrested in 2010 for having sex with a 16-year-old girl and paying her $300. He pleaded guilty in 2011 and was sentenced to six years probation as part of a plea agreement. He was also required to have to register as a low-risk level one sex offender.
14. R. Kelly
R. Kelly has been accused of rape multiple times as well as having sex with under-aged girls. He was also sued by several women for sexual abuse and settled some of these out of court. He was eventually indicted and jury selection began on May 9, 2008 with closing arguments on June 12th. After one day of deliberations, he was found not guilty on all counts.
15. Russell Simmons
Russell Simmons has been accused of teaming up with Brett Ratner and sexually assaulting and touching women without their consent in November of 2017. Lena Horne’s granddaughter, Jenny Lumet, also accused the hip-hop mogul of rape during a 1991 encounter.
16. Kevin Spacey
Kevin Spacey the “House Of Cards” actor has bee accused of several counts of sexual assault against young men that turned out to be true. In October of 2017, reports hit the surface and caused Spacey who came out as gay to lose a movie and the show “House Of Cards.”
17. Matt LauerSource:Getty
Lauer was fired from the “Today Show” after a NBC News employee filed a claim saying Lauer harassed her for months, beginning at the 2014 Sochi Olympics. After the initial report, multiple women came forward also saying that Lauer engaged in inappropriate work behavior including assault and harassment.
18. John ConyersSource:Getty
Conyers, a once senior ranking member in the House of Representatives, resigned amid multiple allegations of sexual harassment. “My legacy can’t be compromised or diminished in any way by what we’re going through now. This, too, shall pass. My legacy will continue through my children,” Conyers said.
19. Al FrankenSource:Getty
The embattled democratic senator from Minnesota resigned after several women came forward accusing the former SNL cast member of sexual misconduct. Franken took the senate floor to announce his decision, while also pointing out several prominent GOP leaders who have also troublesome allegations.