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With iconic smash hits Waterfalls, No Scrubs and Creep, TLC remains one of the top selling girl bands of all time, second only to the Spice Girls. Yet behind their meteoric rise and phenomenal success lay a shocking secret - at the height of the fame, while their music was making tens of millions of dollars, the band was bankrupt. So how did TLC, one of the world’s first superstar all-girl bands end up Broke and Famous?

Grammy Award-winning artist Toni Braxton was one of the most successful singers of her time, but she was a superstar with superstar spending habits. Despite selling millions of albums, her extravagant habit left her with shockingly little to show for her success and, hot on the heels of stardom, came a humiliating, public bankruptcy. Incredibly, Toni fought back – only for disaster to strike again. So, who was really to blame for Toni Braxton becoming Broke and Famous?

Two star-crossed lovers who shot to fame at a young age, Rihanna and Chris both had childhoods marred by domestic violence. As their careers grew and their relationship blossomed, it seemed the power couple was destined for greatness. But rumors of cheating and jealousy would result in tragedy. On February 7, 2009, Chris Brown assaulted Rihanna on the way home from a pre-Grammy party. Fans rallied behind Rihanna and turned on Brown, but it soon became clear that the relationship was not over yet. From bar brawls with Drake to scandalous social media posts, National Enquirer follows the tangled web endlessly connecting Rihanna and Chris Brown.

With iconic smash hits Waterfalls, No Scrubs and Creep, TLC remains one of the top selling girl bands of all time, second only to the Spice Girls. Yet behind their meteoric rise and phenomenal success lay a shocking secret - at the height of the fame, while their music was making tens of millions of dollars, the band was bankrupt. So how did TLC, one of the world’s first superstar all-girl bands end up Broke and Famous?

Grammy Award-winning artist Toni Braxton was one of the most successful singers of her time, but she was a superstar with superstar spending habits. Despite selling millions of albums, her extravagant habit left her with shockingly little to show for her success and, hot on the heels of stardom, came a humiliating, public bankruptcy. Incredibly, Toni fought back – only for disaster to strike again. So, who was really to blame for Toni Braxton becoming Broke and Famous?

Two star-crossed lovers who shot to fame at a young age, Rihanna and Chris both had childhoods marred by domestic violence. As their careers grew and their relationship blossomed, it seemed the power couple was destined for greatness. But rumors of cheating and jealousy would result in tragedy. On February 7, 2009, Chris Brown assaulted Rihanna on the way home from a pre-Grammy party. Fans rallied behind Rihanna and turned on Brown, but it soon became clear that the relationship was not over yet. From bar brawls with Drake to scandalous social media posts, National Enquirer follows the tangled web endlessly connecting Rihanna and Chris Brown.

Patty Hearst, a young heiress from one of America’s richest and most politically connected families, kidnapped by a mysterious underground militia. Then incredibly, the captive appeared to turn criminal, joining her captors on a crime spree that climaxed in a massive shootout on live television. The public was outraged, confused and fascinated. Amidst all the media chaos and frenzy – to this day – the question that still remains is: was she a willing accomplice or a brainwashed victim?

It was one of the most talked about crimes of the 1970s, an outrageous caper at 10,000 feet. The only trace the perpetrator left behind was a note and phony name – D.B. Cooper. But five months later, it happened again. This time it was a man named Richard McCoy. Were they two different people or was DB Cooper really Richard McCoy, an ex-Vietnam vet turned highjacker?

They called her La Madrina, the godmother of cocaine, a brutal drug lord who crushed anyone who stood in her way. As the ultimate black widow, she built a narcotics empire in the city of Miami and ignited the cocaine cowboy drug wars. Before Pablo Escobar and before El Chapo, there was Griselda Blanco.

Patty Hearst, a young heiress from one of America’s richest and most politically connected families, kidnapped by a mysterious underground militia. Then incredibly, the captive appeared to turn criminal, joining her captors on a crime spree that climaxed in a massive shootout on live television. The public was outraged, confused and fascinated. Amidst all the media chaos and frenzy – to this day – the question that still remains is: was she a willing accomplice or a brainwashed victim?

It was one of the most talked about crimes of the 1970s, an outrageous caper at 10,000 feet. The only trace the perpetrator left behind was a note and phony name – D.B. Cooper. But five months later, it happened again. This time it was a man named Richard McCoy. Were they two different people or was DB Cooper really Richard McCoy, an ex-Vietnam vet turned highjacker?

They called her La Madrina, the godmother of cocaine, a brutal drug lord who crushed anyone who stood in her way. As the ultimate black widow, she built a narcotics empire in the city of Miami and ignited the cocaine cowboy drug wars. Before Pablo Escobar and before El Chapo, there was Griselda Blanco.

The case is undoubtedly the most infamous murder-mystery in history. Jack the Ripper is the name given to the unidentified serial killer that murdered and mutilated five female prostitutes in London in 1888. While there have been over 100 theories presented on the Ripper’s true identity, renowned “Ripperologist” Martin Fido suggests that a violent, anti-social man named “David Cohen” is the true killer, partly because Cohen’s incarceration at an insane asylum happened to coincide with the end of the murders. Although various letters were sent to the press by the alleged killer, one with a human kidney, the case of the Ripper murders will possibly forever remain unsolved.

He was once a normal, happy child, but violent, drunken abuse from his father sends John Wayne Gacy down a dark and sinister path. Running from home, he takes a job at a mortuary where he first develops a fascination with dead bodies, even sleeping in a coffin with a corpse. Soon after, he’s married with two kids, but urges inside him can’t be contained. Convicted for sodomizing young boys, his normal life ends and the darkness takes over. Gacy begins cruising for young men leading to his first of many murders and the beginning of his crawlspace burial ground. He brings them home, then tortures, and kills them with what he calls “tricks.” Restraining boys and strangling them with rope, he fills the crawlspace under his home with bodies. His wife and many others suspect he’s up to no good, but thanks to his public persona, Pogo the Clown, no one realizes the depths of his evil. Then, one victim, Jeffery Rignall, is raped, tortured, and released by the serial killer. Unable to get help from police, Rignall goes on the hunt, staking out freeways until he finally discovers the monster’s home. Gacy may finally be brought to justice.

One of Gacy’s victims, Jeffery Rignall, has survived and tracked him down. Going to police, Rignall tries to bring Gacy to justice, but his polished public persona, including clown performances for young children, fools everyone. Gacy continues to kill and he’s run out of space under his home. Confident no one can catch him, Gacy begins dumping bodies in the Des Plaines river outside Chicago. Then, his arrogance gets him into serious trouble. Kidnapping a boy outside his place of work, he has no idea the boy’s mother is waiting inside. Detective Joe Kozenczak takes the case and discovers Gacy’s dark past of pedophilia. He finds an array of items linked to young boys, but the boy he’s searching for isn’t there. Kozenczak orders 24-hour surveillance while continuing to dig for details on Gacy. Then, he finds what he’s looking for, a photo receipt found in Gacy’s home was in the missing boy’s jacket when he disappeared. Under constant surveillance, Gacy lets police into his house where they smell the odor of a morgue. A second search of the home reveals the bodies buried underneath. The killer clown is found guilty of 33 counts of murder and sentenced to death.

One of Gacy’s victims, Jeffery Rignall, has survived and tracked him down. Going to police, Rignall tries to bring Gacy to justice, but his polished public persona, including clown performances for young children, fools everyone. Gacy continues to kill and he’s run out of space under his home. Confident no one can catch him, Gacy begins dumping bodies in the Des Plaines river outside Chicago. Then, his arrogance gets him into serious trouble. Kidnapping a boy outside his place of work, he has no idea the boy’s mother is waiting inside. Detective Joe Kozenczak takes the case and discovers Gacy’s dark past of pedophilia. He finds an array of items linked to young boys, but the boy he’s searching for isn’t there. Kozenczak orders 24-hour surveillance while continuing to dig for details on Gacy. Then, he finds what he’s looking for, a photo receipt found in Gacy’s home was in the missing boy’s jacket when he disappeared. Under constant surveillance, Gacy lets police into his house where they smell the odor of a morgue. A second search of the home reveals the bodies buried underneath. The killer clown is found guilty of 33 counts of murder and sentenced to death.

Packed with behind the scenes access, red carpets and celebrities, Celebrity Page brings you the inside scoop on the world of entertainment. From the best of film, music, TV and fashion to the latest celebrity weddings, babies, hook-ups or break-ups, Celebrity Page is the place to get up close and personal with your favorite stars.

When Madonna and Sean Penn announced they were getting hitched after a short courtship the media went berserk. The wedding of the pop goddess to the movie star was planned with a level of secrecy fitting for the White House. But that didn’t stop the press from quickly finding the Malibu location. Some enterprising photographers rented helicopters to hover over the site. The chaos of the wedding soon spilled over into the marriage and the couple were soon the subject of reports about a marriage off the rails with stories of one unfortunate incident after another. It was a union rife with accusations of infidelity, domestic violence and general discord. By January 1989 Madonna filed for divorce. But what really went down in this marriage? Where did things go wrong? Were the headlines truths or tall tales? Some called the divorce Madonna’s best career move. But in the court of public opinion, who came out ahead in this love affair?

Packed with behind the scenes access, red carpets and celebrities, Celebrity Page brings you the inside scoop on the world of entertainment. From the best of film, music, TV and fashion to the latest celebrity weddings, babies, hook-ups or break-ups, Celebrity Page is the place to get up close and personal with your favorite stars.