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From Alec Baldwin to Jussie Smollett: 7 Biggest Celebrity Scandals of 2021

Hollywood humiliated itself in scandals both shocking and silly in 2021 as left-wing {celebs|superstars|famous people} {compensated} the piper {for his or her|because of their} hubris, falling {through} public grace in {magnificent} fashion.

Stars {which includes} Jussie Smollett, Alec Baldwin, Chrissy Teigen, and rapper Travis Scott {encounter} professional shame {with techniques} that could permanently {harm} their careers. {Needless to say}, redemption is in the cards {for just about any} star {who is able to|who are able to} parlay wokeness {right into a} rehabilitation tale spun {by way of a} compliant entertainment media.

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Criminal {conduct|habits|behaviour|actions} was never {a lot of} an impediment to {achievement} in Hollywood.|

Criminal {conduct|habits|behaviour|actions} was {a lot of} an impediment to {achievement} in Hollywood never.} But {operate} afoul the woke or #MeToo mafia {and you also} could {drop|shed|reduce|get rid of|eliminate} everything, as some left-wing {celebs|superstars|famous people} {have discovered} the hard {method}.

{Listed below are} 7 of {the largest} celebrity scandals of 2021.

1. Jussie Smollett

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It was {completely} back in {earlier} 2019 when the |

It was {completely} in {earlier} 2019 when the&nbsp back;} Empire actor executed what {ended up being} a hate hoax attack, falsely telling Chicago {police} that he had {already been} assaulted by two Donald Trump supporters who, he claimed, poured bleach on him, {place} a noose around his neck, and declared, “This is MAGA {nation}.”

(Maury Phillips/Getty Images for BET)

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{Once we} know now,|

{Once we} now know,} Smollett staged {the whole lot} in a bid to garner sympathetic media coverage {and therefore} boost his Hollywood career. {Month this,} {{carrying out a} long and bizarre legal saga that saw charges mysteriously dropped then reinstated,|{carrying out a} long and bizarre legal saga that saw charges dropped then reinstated mysteriously,} {a Chicago jury found the actor guilty on five counts of felony disorderly conduct for making false reports to police. Justice for Juicy, at last.

Smollett, {who’s} {a detailed} friend of and campaigned for the Obamas, continues {to keep up|to keep} his innocence and intends to appeal the verdict. Politicians who believed Smollett’s lie and defended the actor include now-President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.

2. Alec Baldwin

In {probably the most} shocking celebrity scandal of {the entire year}, {Alec Baldwin accidentally shot and killed the cinematographer on the {group of} the indie western movie Rust .|Alec Baldwin accidentally killed and shot the cinematographer on the {group of} the indie western movie Rust .} Or, {{in accordance with} Baldwin’s version of the story,|{in accordance with} Baldwin’s version of {the complete} story,} {the gun simply went off in his hand {simply by} itself.|the gun went off in his hand {simply by} itself simply.} {Either real way,} Baldwin is facing {the largest} crisis of his Hollywood career {and a} likely avalanche of lawsuits.

(Mark Sagliocco/Getty Images for National Geographic)

The tragic irony {of 1} of Hollywood’s most avid anti-gun activists {evoking the} shooting death of a colleague may sound too far-fetched for a screenplay. {But such was {the full|the entire} case with Baldwin,} {who was simply} a staunch anti-Second Amendment activist who repeatedly condemned the NRA .

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Alec Baldwin once said {the next} Amendment {must} be “rethought.|

Alec Baldwin said {the next} Amendment {must} be “rethought once.} {” He joined with Amy Schumer also,} Jimmy Kimmel, {and much more} than 130 stars in 2018 {to create} the “No Rifle Association Initiative,”  which aimed to {remove} the NRA .

3. Travis Scott

Rapper Travis Scott {offers|provides} claimed he {has been|had been} unaware of the gravity of the fatal stampede at his Astroworld {Songs} Festival in Houton, Texas, {saying he was performing on stage {at that time}.|saying {this individual} was performing on {phase} at {the proper} time.} The tragic event resulted {within} ten {individuals} dead, including nine-year-old Ezra Blount.

(UZANNE CORDEIRO/AFP via Getty {Pictures})

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Travis Scott’s music events have {a brief history} of rowdy audience behavior and injuries,|

Travis Scott’s music events have a past history of rowdy audience behavior and injuries,} {which implies} possible negligence on the rapper’s part {and a} seemingly callous disregard for his fans’ well-being. {The rapper reportedly } {attended a party {exactly the same} night {because the} stampede.|night {because the} stampede attended {a celebration} the same.}

The anti-Trump rapper is facing an exodus of business partners and sponsors who {no more} wish to be {from the} star, including the {Dior and anheuser-busch brands.}

4. Chrissy Teigen

The pro-Biden celebrity made {huge amount of money} {on her behalf} bubbly, likeable public image. But {that} came crashing down when {it had been} revealed it was just a facade and that she was in fact a mean-spirited cyberbully who had mercilessly hounded and even wished death upon her perceived rivals.

(Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Glamour)

When her corporate partners  started bailing , Teigen {released} a public apology . {“I’m mortified and sad at who I {was previously}.|“I’m sad and mortified at who I {was previously}.} I was an insecure, attention seeking troll. {{I’m} ashamed and completely embarrassed {within my} behavior,|{I’m} ashamed and embarrassed {within my} behavior completely,}” she said

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Not everyone {got it}.|everyone {got it}

Not.} Courtney Stodden, {among} her bullying victims, dismissed it as “a public {try to} save her partnerships with Target {along with other} brands.”

5. Chris Noth

The Sex and {the town} star was riding {on top of} the show’s recently launched HBO Max reboot, titled And {EXACTLY LIKE} That , when his career suddenly imploded under a {group of} #MeToo accusations .

(Todd Williamson/Invision for Millennium/AP Images)

Noth, who backed Joe Biden’s bid for the White House, has denied allegations of rape and sexual assault, saying his encounters with his accusers were consensual. But that hasn’t stopped Hollywood from running for cover. CBS dropped him from its drama series The Equalizer and his talent agency no longer represents him.

6. Chris Harrison of The Bachelor

The long-time host of ABC’s The Bachelor learned the hard way that there’s no appeasing the left-wing cancel mob. {The affable TV personality lost his job for expressing empathy for contestant Rachael Kirkconnell merely,} who faced unfounded accusations that {she actually is} racist because she participated in an antebellum-themed fraternity event when she was in college.

(Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

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Harrison apologized for not condemning Kirkconnell first,} but that wasn’t enough {therefore} he {continued} hiatus. He {attemptedto} {become popular again} after seeing a “race educator” but that never happened, {and he ultimately exited the show after {twenty years} as host.|and he exited the show after {twenty years} as host ultimately.}

7. Armie Hammer

He had {everything} – looks, money, stardom. {He was woke even,} declaring {police} in the U.S. to be “ inherently racist ” and publicly bashing then-President Donald Trump. But his Hollywood career self-destructed following lurid accusations of sexual abuse and rape.

(Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

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Hammer lost theater and movie roles and was dropped by his talent agency,} the powerful WME. As persona non grata in Hollywood, he even saw movies {he previously} shot {before the} scandal being shelved indefinitely. ({One of these}, Death on the Nile , will finally be released next year).

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