Famous people that are murderers

Common sense forces us to see murderers as evil beings and despised by society. But things change when instead of being behind bars, the murderers are on the covers of magazines, go to red carpets or win sports tournaments. Admired by thousands, some celebrities carry responsibility in their past for having taken someone's life.
In some cases, it was about personal revenge, while others were careless. Whether by accident or will, nothing can change the terrible past of these stars. And the most surprising thing is that certain celebrities were able to continue their careers after having murdered a person as if nothing had happened and were forgiven by the public

Next, we present you a list of celebrities who have killed someone else:

1. Caitlyn Jenner

In 2015, the television star and former Olympic champion crashed her truck into a car and pushed it into the oncoming lane, where it was struck by other vehicles. The driver died, and seven other people were injured. Jenner, who was not speeding or under the influence of any substances, originally said that she had tried to run from the paparazzi. The police do not believe this version, but the star was released from a prison sentence.

2. Phil Spector

In 2003, the music producer put a gun to actress Lana Clarkson's mouth and fired. The reason? The young woman would have rejected him. After the murder, the businessman got into his car and told his driver that he had possibly killed someone. However, during the trial, the businessman claimed that the driver had misheard his alleged confession. Finally, Spector was found guilty and sentenced to 19 years in prison.

3. Johnny Lewis

In 2012, the Sons of Anarchy star broke into the home of an 81-year-old woman, stole her belongings, and killed her, in addition to murdering her cat. Then the actor jumped or fell off a roof and died. Lewis had a long history of drug abuse, but tests show that he had not ingested any illegal substances at the time of his death.

4. Aaron Hernandez

The former Patriots player was sentenced to life in prison for the 2013 murder of Odin Loyd, a semi-professional soccer player who was dating his sister. The athlete was also accused of killing Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado after arguing with them in a nightclub. This latest trial could not be completed because Hernández died in prison, apparently hanged in his cell.

5. Don King

The boxing magnate was charged with two homicides. In 1954 he shot a man who tried to rob his gambling house, but was not sentenced to prison because he acted in self-defense. In 1974, King beat a man to death due to financial debt. The businessman spent four years behind bars for his crime before being pardoned by the governor of Ohio.

6. Matthew Broderick

After finishing the filming of Ferris Bueller's Day Off, the stars of the film, Matthew Broderick and Jennifer Gray, set out on a tour of Ireland in 1987. Broderick was behind the wheel when he was distracted and forgot which side of the road to drive on.
The actor collided with a car, where a woman and her daughter were traveling, who died in the accident. Broderick was fined $ 175 for irresponsible driving and seriously injured, while his passenger was unharmed.

7. Rebecca Gayheart

In 2001 the star of Scream 2 and Urban Legend was driving her friend's car in Los Angeles, when she dodged several stopped cars that had stopped to let a child pass, she did not notice and ran over the minor who crossed the street recklessly. Jorge Cruz, nine years old, died a day later in hospital.
The actress was sentenced to three years probation, a one-year suspension of her driver's license, a $ 2,800 fine, and 750 hours of community service. To date, the young woman refuses to speak on the subject.

8. Keith Moon


The drummer of The Who ran his Bentley over his driver, Neil Boland, in 1970. According to the musician, he was left with no other option to flee from a neo-Nazis band that was chasing him. Police determined the death was accidental, and charges against Moon, which included driving without insurance or a license, were dropped.

9. Venus Williams

The tennis champion was involved in a crash in June 2017. The athlete was driving in Palm Beach, Florida, when she got into an intersection and hit another car. A collision was caused in which a third vehicle was involved, in which an older couple was traveling. The driver survived, but her husband, a 78-year-old man, died two weeks later from the accident.