Top 3 Disney stars gone rogue

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus

We all loved Miley back in her Disney days when she played the sweet mellow voiced Hannah Montana. Miley broke the internet two years ago after the 2013 VMAs where she showed the whole world that she was all grown up during a ratchet performance alongside Robin Thicke.

Before this, she had released a video of herself rigorously shaking her bum, which actually got the twerk culture up and going, but this was just the beginning. Soon after, she shot her Wrecking Ball video while she was prominently nude and she is also seen smoking marijuana in the ‘23’ video alongside Wiz Khalifa.

Lindsay Lohan

For most people, The Parent Trap was the first movie they ever watched as kids, starring the super talented Lindsay Lohan who played double roles of Hallie Parker and her twin sister who work together to reunite their parents. Well, Lindsay is no longer chubby and adorable. For decades now, she has been a junkie, having attended rehab several times only to relapse.

Apart from drug addiction, Lindsay has also been involved in shoplifting and assault scandals involving fellow Hollywood celebrities. She has also been arrested countless times by the authorities mostly for drunk driving.

Amanda Bynes

Amanda begun acting at the age of 7, appearing in most Disney sitcoms of the 90s until she quit acting in 2012. Amanda has since 2013 been involved in nasty scandals, ranging from hit and runs to marijuana possession. She has served a three year probation sentence for reckless driving.

In 2014, she was arrested for starting a fire on a stranger’s driveway and she has since then been in and out of psychiatric hospitals for treatment of alleged psychotic tendencies, especially after she claimed that her father had implanted a microchip in her brain!

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