In 1999 police arrived at Matthew McConaughey’s home after a neighbor made a noise complaint and found him dancing in the nude. While there’s nothing illegal about stripping down in your own house, cops charged him with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia after a thorough search. Drug charges were dropped, but McConaughey pled guilty to making a racket.
Country singer Wynonna Judd chose 200 hours of community service over 48 hours in the slammer after she blew more than twice the legal alcohol limit after being pulled over in Tennessee in 2003. Turns out she thought dragging a trashcan up and down a highway was better than time in the can.
If Mickey Rourke offers you a ride on his Vespa, you may want to call Uber instead. In 2007, Rourke spent 24 hours in the clink after he was pulled over in Miami for a DUI on a green scooter. His crimes against fashion remain unpunished.
Will Smith’s bodyguard allegedly attacked a record promoter per Smith’s request in 1989. The victim was left nearly blind, and Smith was charged with aggravated assault, recklessly endangering another person, simple assault and criminal conspiracy. The charges were later dismissed, but we bet Smith’s parents just didn’t understand.
Mark Wahlberg spent 45 days in the slammer on felony charges for robbing one Vietnamese man, beating him unconscious, shouting a racial slur and then smashing the face of another Vietnamese man who was trying to offer him a safe place to hide while running from police. Talk about no good deed going unpunished.
Woody Harrelson’s green thumb got him into trouble. The “Hunger Games” star was arrested on a marijuana possession charge in 1996 for planting hemp seeds. This was his second arrest after cops nailed him in 1992 for disturbing the peace for dancing in the middle of a busy street in Columbus, Ohio. Maybe his favorite song came on the radio?