Every year, celebrities behave badly and this year was certainly no different. So, in honor of Thanksgiving 2016, we're looking at the biggest celebrity turkeys of the year. Let's start with this former couple! Tom Hiddleston and Taylor Swift's relationship took off at warped speed when they started dating in May 2016. Within days of her breakup from Calvin Harris, Taylor and Tom were spotted — conveniently in front of the paparazzi — making out on rocks by her home in Rhode Island. From there, the couple took their relationship international and were frequently spotted canoodling much to the chagrin of fans of both celebs. It felt like too much … and by September it was apparently too much for Tom and Taylor who ended their relationship.
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Really, there is no better example of a turkey than comedian Katt Williams. How many times can a man get arrested in one year?! On Feb. 28, a group of women claimed he pointed a gun at them in Atlanta. The next day, he was arrested in Atlanta for assaulting a clerk at a pool supply company. The next day in Los Angeles, he was investigated for punching a man. On March 6, Katt was seen charging a man and punching him in the face at a show in Philadelphia. On March 22, Katt got into a fight, again, but this time it was with a 17-year-old in Gainesville, Georgia. On April 27, he was arrested after getting into it with a restaurant manager. In September, he was arrested again, this time on an outstanding warrant. Katt should probably just stay at home for the rest of 2016.
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No more photos
Picture this… or don't! Justin Bieber decided in May that he was no longer going to take photos with fans. Yes, fans, the people who allow him to live his lavish lifestyle. He explained, "If you happen to see me out somewhere know that I'm not gonna take a picture I'm done taking pictures. It has gotten to the point that people won't even say hi to me or recognize me as a human, I feel like a zoo animal, and I wanna be able to keep my sanity. I realize people will be disappointed but I don't owe anybody a picture. and people who say 'but I bought ur album' know that you got my album and you got what you paid for AN ALBUM! It doesn't say in the fine print whenever you see me you also get a photo."
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Chad Johnson became one of the biggest villains in the history of "The Bachelor" franchise this year during JoJo Fletcher's season of "The Bachelorette." The muscled-out luxury realtor ruffled the feathers of every other guy on the show and even threatened violence with a few of them. JoJo wasn't happy and kicked him off, but Chad continued to troll the guys on the show even after he was booted. Later, on "Bachelor in Paradise," he made fun of fellow contestant Sarah Herron, who has one arm. He later apologized, but come on, man!
Farrah Abraham realized the power of the Beyhive this year, and it wasn't pretty. At the MTV Video Music Awards in August, the controversial reality star picked a fight with Beyonce's daughter, Blue Ivy Carter. Farrah posted an Instagram photo of Beyonce and Blue on the VMAs red carpet that she captioned, "I wish Sophia was there she would blow 'blue' away." She then added that her daughter "runs a Show," perhaps a play on Jay Z's song "Run This Town." Fans didn't take to kindly to this, and why would they?
Baller behaving badly
Iggy Azalea's personal life made huge news because of her man, and boy, was it wild. In June, her fiance, NBA star Nick Young, was implicated in a cheating scandal after one of his Lakers teammates, D'Angelo Russell, posted a video on social media in which Nick talked about being unfaithful. The relationship ended soon after. On June 30, the rapper tweeted that she split with Nick "because I found out he had brought other women into our home while I was away and caught them on the security footage." It was later revealed that Nick had impregnated his ex girlfriend, who gave birth to their child in October.
Guns 'n' drugs
On March 9, "Pawn Stars" cast member Austin "Chumlee" Russell was arrested on drug and weapons charges. The reality star's home was filled with a trove of marijuana, methamphetamine and 17 Xanex bars plus a dozen guns, but only four of the firearms were registered to him. Police had originally been in the home investigating an alleged sexual assault case. In May, he took a plea deal and avoided jail.
Tale of the tape
Okay, so this actually happened in 2005, but it didn't see the light of day until it was leaked this October. President-elect Donald Trump was having a vulgar and, he thought, private conversation with Billy Bush as they prepared to tape a segment for "Access Hollywood." But a hot mic recorded the whole thing. On the tape, the business mogul — then the star of "The Celebrity Apprentice" — spoke rather brazenly about doing whatever he wants with women because he's famous. He said that now-infamous line about grabbing women in a certain private place. Billy apologized but still got fired from his new gig on the "Today" show. The soon-to-be president called it "locker-room talk." Clearly not his best moment.
Backstreet Boy Nick Carter was arrested on Jan. 13 after getting into a fight in Key West, Florida. He was really drunk, apparently. A bouncer at the bar actually sued Nick, claiming the singer had attacked and choked him. The bouncer's attorney branded Nick a "backstreet thug." In July, TMZ reported that the boybander settled for a six-figure sum.
Ryan Lochte became the butt of a lot of jokes after he claimed he and three other USA swimmers were robbed at gunpoint during the Rio Olympics in August. He later said he "over-exaggerated." He initially insisted he was in a taxi that got pulled over by guys with police badges and guns… "The guy pulled out his gun, he cocked it, put it to my forehead and he said, 'Get down,' and I put my hands up, I was like 'whatever.' He took our money, he took my wallet — he left my cell phone, he left my credentials." Yeah, that didn't exactly happen. Rio police said it didn't happen at all, insisting that Ryan actually vandalized a gas station bathroom. "I over-exaggerated that story. If I didn't do that, we wouldn't be in this mess… none of this would've happened it was my immature behavior," he later told Matt Lauer.