With Lohan’s famous antics and run-ins with the law, it’s surprising she’s ever been able to complete a single project.
Take the filming of “Liz&Dick” for example. Producer Larry Thompson said that he had to prepare for almost anything while drafting her contract. It got to a point where the document included clauses in case she got involved in a car accident, violated her parole, or posed other unexpected challenges.
Wes Scantlin Is a Fan of Buzzsaws
Remember Puddle of Mudd, the 90s rock band? Their frontman, Wes Scantlin, is hardly a sweetheart, as it turns out. In 2013, he was arrested when one of his neighbors, musician Sasha Gradiva, called the police after Scantlin destroyed part of her patio with a buzzsaw.
His reason for it? He claimed the patio was encroaching on part of his property. Why the buzzsaw? Well, to that, he merely replied: "It's called a sledgehammer, dawg." As if that's even an answer. The matter was solved with the help of a needed restraining order.
Natasha Lyonne Isn't a Dog Person
Natasha Lyonne is no stranger to legal problems. She's been on probation for drinking and driving, and she's failed to appear in court, so "nice" isn't the first word that pops to mind. In 2004, The "Russian Doll" actress skipped a court hearing issued after she had threatened her neighbor...'s dog.
Apparently, she went into a fit of rage, burst into her neighbor's apartment, and pulled the mirror off the wall. She eventually left right after announcing to her neighbor that she was going to wreak havoc on his dog. We don't know what caused the rage fit, but we don't think the dog had anything to do with it.
Marlon Brando Just Couldn't Be Bothered
Famously known as an acting legend, Marlon Brando started showing an increased lack of professionalism as his career progressed. Just how unprofessional? You're going to have to sit down for this.
Let's start with his behavior on the set of 1996's "The Island of Dr. Moreau". He learned exactly zero of his lines and had an earpiece through which crew members could feed him lines. He learned none of his lines when shooting "Apocalypse Now," costing Francis Ford Coppola's production way more than initially planned. Oh, and when he worked with Frank Oz on 2001's "The Score," he simply refused to wear pants.
Billy Bush Wasn't Aware of the Cameras
Billy Bush used to co-host "Today," but that was before his true jerk colors were leaked in the form of a tape documenting his disrespectful slurs against women. He was speaking with Donald Trump at the moment and hadn't realized the cameras were still rolling. Obviously, this kind of misogyny got him quickly fired.
He has taken responsibility for his part in the conversation and said that the whole incident rolled him into the hardest time of his life and career. Well, he made that bed; he might as well lie in it.