Bone Thugs is a 90s American rap group. They even won a Grammy in 1997, but Flesh-n-Bone, one of its members, put a damper on it by having a serious run-in with the law. Flesh-n-Bone had the police called on him by the neighbors after they claimed they heard shots fired from his house.
After the cops arrived, they found a “homemade explosive and shell casings.” Some days later, the rapper apparently threatened his neighbor! The rapper was arrested, and bail was set for $500,000. We really hope the neighbor ended up moving out.
Val Kilmer Might Actually Enjoy Fighting
Kilmer is famous not only for his acting skills but also for his on-set behavior. And Not in the good-guy-handing-out-flowers kind of way.
The actor was supposed to be a part of Richard Stanley's film, "The Island of Dr. Moreau." The reason why you never saw him there is because he was fired after three days. For three days, he wouldn't stop fighting with people. Joel Schumacher, who worked with him on "Batman Forever," jumped the bandwagon and called Kilmer “childish and impossible.”
Teri Hatcher Has a Hatchet to Bury
Depending on your age, you probably remember Teri Hatcher as Lois Lane from "Lois & Clark" or as Susan Mayer from "Desperate Housewives." You probably don't remember her, however, as having the most terrible diva attitude. Well, unless you've worked with her at one point or another.
Hatcher's "Desperate Housewives" co-star, Nicollette Sheridan, once called her “the meanest woman in the world,” and the rest of the cast and crew probably sided with her as her name didn't even appear on the card that the cast gave the crew when the show ended.
Christian Bale Is a Ticking Timebomb
Christian Bale is a devoted actor. A little too devoted if you ask us. It appears that he takes his craft so seriously to the point people might not want to work with him anymore.
Meltdowns on set are pretty frequent when he is around. The most high-profile one was when he was filming "Terminator Salvation." He kept dropping F-bombs as if he was getting paid for them and wouldn't stop shouting at the director of photography after he accidentally stepped into his line of vision while shooting one of the scenes. How about some anger management, Christian?
Sean Connery Made the Wrong Kind of Noise
When you think of the late Sean Connery, you think of elegance and grace and definitely imagine him as being one of those incredibly nice neighbors who would bring you a basket of scones to welcome you to the neighborhood. Unfortunately, it appears that his neighbors didn't think so.
Back in 2005, Connery's neighbors sued him for $30 million. Why? Well, apparently, his downstairs Townhouse neighbors weren't happy with him renovating and the subsequent noise. Connery countersued, but the litigious game was brought to an end when the judge issued a ruling preventing either party from filing any more lawsuits.