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Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez is the epitome of a Disney darling. Known to most for her breakout role as Alex Russo on Wizards of Waverly Place, Gomez has transformed into a notable actress, singer, and social media influencer. With one of her Instagram photos garnering over 10.5 million likes, Gomez is in the top ten most liked photos of all time. In 2013, Gomez was diagnosed with the autoimmune disorder lupus. Side-effects from her disorder have caused her to go in and out of rehab due to a strong battle with anxiety and depression. Gomez has done rounds of chemotherapy and most recently had a kidney transplant, with best friend and fellow actress Francia Rasia as her donor. Gomez has also been a current media topic because of her on-again, off-again relationship with popular Canadian singer Justin Bieber.


Robert Downey Jr.

Between stints in rehab and having box office hits like Less Than Zero and Iron Man, Robert Downey Jr.’s career has been one of the most volatile in recent memory. The son of a drug-addled filmmaker, Downey Jr. also developed an addiction to drugs. He’s been in and out of jail and rehab; and even had a public arrest after being found intoxicated in a stranger’s home. He battled his demons until 2003 when he met his current wife, Susan Levin. Levin insisted Downey Jr. achieve sobriety for their marriage, and his life took a turn for the better. In a dramatic turnaround, Downey Jr. underwent treatment, and in a few years found himself as one of Hollywood’s highest paid actors. His recent portrayal of Marvel’s Iron Man has cemented his place as a household name and icon, a far cry from the turbulent beginning of his career.


Mackenzie Phillips

Best known for her roles in American Graffiti, One Day at a Time and The Disney Channel show, So Weird, Mackenzie Phillips is the quintessential troubled child star. Her drug abuse began very early, when her rock n’ roll father from the group, The Mamas and the Papas, taught her how to shoot up drugs. Later, Mackenzie and her father, John, would have a consensual, incestuous sexual relationship for 10 years. Her downward spiral lead her to embarrassing collapses and firings. Succumbing to multiple near-fatal overdoses and accruing many arrests due to her drug possession, Mackenzie checked herself into rehab to straighten out her life. Today Mackenzie works as a drug rehab counselor.


The Real D.B. Cooper

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?


Patty Hearst

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?


Aaron Hernandez

Aaron Hernandez was one of the NFL’s brightest young stars. With a newly signed $40 million contract, his future looked limitless. But when a member of Hernandez’s inner circle was brutally murdered, the football star became a prime suspect. And the ensuing investigation would reveal a troubling dark side. What drove a star athlete with the world at his feet to commit cold-blooded murder and take his own life?


Timothy McVeigh

Never before had Americans seen such an atrocity on their own soil. A 1995 bombing in the heartland destroyed 16 blocks of downtown Oklahoma City. Over 800 were injured in the blast, and 168 men, women, and children were killed. It was an explosion that shook a nation. Even more disturbing, Timothy McVeigh, the accused mastermind with a history of extremist beliefs and violent defiance was also a decorated American veteran.


The Unabomber

Beginning in 1978, a string of university, airline and mail bombings terrorized the country, injured 23 people, and claimed three lives. Investigators chased down hundreds of leads, but for years, the bomber’s identity remained a mystery. He was known to the public only as “the Unabomber” until a particular turn of phrase led authorities and introduced the world to Ted Kaczynski.


The Pastor’s Wife

Pastor Tracy Burleson and his wife Pauletta are pillars of their community. They offer strength and support to the members of the First New Mount Cavalry Church in Houston, Texas. In the wake of devastating hurricane Katrina and hurricane Ike, things begin to fall apart when money goes missing and affairs are brought to light. The chaos takes a deadly turn when a woman is found murdered in May 2010.


Who Killed My Family?

Erin Caffey and her boyfriend Charlie Wilkinson are young and in love, but Erin’s religious family doesn’t approve of their relationship. Devastated that she is being forced to end her relationship, she is not only loses her boyfriend, but then loses her family when a murderer attacks their Alba, Texas home while they are sleeping in 2008.