7. Phil Spector
Phil Spector has worked with the likes of John Lennon, Leonard Cohen, George Harrison and the Ramones in the past as a record producer. In 2000, Phil underwent two trials for murder and a second-degree murder. He was convicted of second-degree murder in 2009 and was, thus, sentenced to 19 years in the confined bars of a prison. He was charged for playing an atrocious role in the murder of Lana Clarkson.
8. OJ Simpson
OJ Simpson rose to prominence playing professional football as a running back for the NFL teams, the Buffalo Bills and the San Francisco 49 ers. The man faced the wrath of the court when he was ordered to pay a whopping $33.5 million in damages for the wrongful death of Brown and Goldman. He would have another run-in with the law enforcers; he was also apprehended for stealing sports memorabilia. It led him to face a jail sentencing of 33 years.
9. Don King
Synonymous with boxing promotions, Don King failed to act in accordance with the law in 1966 when he stomped Sam Garrett to death. The heinous crime only landed him 3-and-a-half years in prison after his charges were reduced to manslaughter; he was originally on trial for second-degree murder. The boxing promoter’s biggest career highlight to this day remains spearheading the promotions of “The Rumble in the Jungle,” and the “Thrilla in Manila.” He also went on to promote some of the biggest names in boxing such as Muhammad Ali, Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield, Joe Frazier, and George Foreman etc.