Shocking celebrity arrests

Can you imagine Sarah Ferguson and Princess Diana in the back of a police van?

Stars Insider

16/03/23 | StarsInsider


There's no quicker way to humanize celebrities than to learn about all of the horrendous mistakes they've made, and all the times they've swerved onto the wrong side of the law. Lucky for you, we've compiled a list of the most troublesome stars who've been taken into custody, sometimes repeatedly.

Sarah Ferguson, also known as Fergie or the Duchess of York, has done a number of sensational interviews over the decades since she joined the royal family. The ex-wife of the disgraced Prince Andrew appeared on 'The Kelly Clarkson Show' on March 14 and told a scandalous story about her bachelorette party in 1986. Princess Diana was already married to then-Prince Charles at the time and the two young women were close friends. To celebrate Fergie's upcoming nuptials, they decided to dress up as police officers and hit the club! Unfortunately, they were soon asked to leave the exclusive members club because of their costumes... 

Back on the streets, the pair apparently forgot they were wearing police uniforms, and were swiftly arrested by real police officers for impersonation. They were put into the back of a police van, where Diana spotted a bag of “smoky bacon-flavored crisps” that belonged to one of the officers. She grabbed them and started to eat them, before being told off by the officers. When their true identities were finally discovered, the two mischievous royals were set free. “She and I, we laughed a lot. We got into trouble a lot,” Ferguson remembered of the late Princess. 

Check out this gallery to see which other stars were put in cuffs, and what surprising crimes they committed.

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