Mug Shot Hall of Fame

These big names have gone to the Big House (or posted bail ASAP).
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Suzanne Somers

Written out to Mr. Roper, a bad check is the stuff of Three’s Company comedy; in real life, it’s no joke. Before she was famous, Somers bounced checks worth $100— and paid the price.
Photo courtesy of: Smoking Gun

Heather Locklear

After a paparazzo tipped police off to her strange auto behavior (she was running over a pair of sunglasses repeatedly), Locklear was charged with driving under the influence of prescription meds.
Photo courtesy of: Getty Images

Hugh Grant

Cops busted the British heartthrob for engaging in oral sex with a Hollywood prostitute. Consider it Divine Brown intervention: "Last night I did something completely insane," he said.
Photo courtesy of: Associated Press

Jane Fonda

Does her clenched fist suggest she was arrested at a Vietnam War protest? Yes— but she was actually nabbed at an Ohio airport, where officials mistook her vitamins for smuggled drugs.
Photo courtesy of: Associated Press

Carmen Electra

Both Electra and her then-husband, former Chicago Bull Dennis Rodman, were booked for domestic violence. He’s 6’6’‘ and she’s 5’3’‘, but who knows what goes on behind closed doors?
Photo courtesy of: Smoking Gun

Kimora Lee Simmons

Officers flashed their lights; she kept cruising (perhaps because she had a small stash of pot in the car). "My wife is an excellent driver," said her hubby at the time, hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons.
Photo courtesy of: Smoking Gun

Bill Gates

The Microsoft mastermind was snagged for a traffic violation in 1977, at age 22. Is it just us, or does the smirk on his face say Whatevs: In 10 years, Forbes will declare me a billionaire?
Photo courtesy of: Photoshot/Everett Collection

Patty Hearst

The infamous 1970s captive turned convict served two years for joining her kidnappers in armed robbery. "I had been abused," she’s said. "I was very good at doing what I was told."
Photo courtesy of: Smoking Gun

Cindy Sheehan

The antiwar activist whose son died in Iraq, was booked for blocking a road near George W. Bush’s Texas ranch. "I want to ask the president, Why did he kill me son?" she said.
Photo courtesy of: McClellan County Sheriff's Office

Rosa Parks

She refused to give up her seat to a white passenger and became a civil rights icon. This shot was taken in 1956, when Parks was arrested during the Montgomery, Alabama, bus boycotts.
Photo courtesy of: Smoking Gun

Michelle Rodriguez

She lost her freedom when she failed to comply with the terms of her probation, which she was sentenced to after a DUI arrest.
Photo courtesy of: Smoking Gun

Tracy Gold

Her three young sons and husband were in the car when she rolled it down a California freeway embankment while under the influence. Fortunately, nobody was injured; just some unfortunate growing pains for the kids.



Photo courtesy of: Smoking Gun

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