Whether it was a horrific accident or an unavoidable mistake, there are celebrities with blood on their hands. We take a look at some of them from around the world who are accused of killing people in real life.
1. Salman Khan
On the night of September 28, 2002, Salman Khan’s Land Cruiser allegedly ran over five people killing one and injuring four others. They were sleeping on the footpath in Bandra area, Mumbai. However, it is said that Salman ran away from the spot right after the incident, but no one knows whether it is true or not.
2. Caitlyn Jenner
Former Olympic champion and reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner was involved in a deadly car crash in February 2015. The accident took place on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu. It was a multi-vehicle collision. Kim Howe, an animal rights activist and actress, was killed when Jenner’s SUV ran into Howe’s car.
3. Hema Malini
A four-year-old innocent child lost her life while four others got seriously injured when Hema Malini’s Mercedes hit a Maruti Alto in Rajasthan’s Dausa in July 2015. Initially, it was claimed that the actress was driving the car herself. But it was later found out that her driver was driving the car. Hema Malini also sustained severe injuries on the forehead.
4. Snoop Dogg
5. Matthew Broderick
American actor and singer Matthew Broderick was involved in a car accident in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland, in 1987. While driving a rented BMW, Broderick crossed into the wrong lane and collided head-on with a Volvo driven by a young Anna Gallagher accompanied by her mother, Margaret Doherty, killing both instantly. Broderick suffered a fractured leg and ribs, a concussion, and a collapsed lung while her girlfriend received minor injuries.
6. Amy Locane
Best known for her roles in ‘Melrose Place’ and ‘Cry Baby’, actress Amy Locane is also known for something else as well. In June 2010, she was involved in a fatal car accident in Montgomery, New Jersey, which left a sixty-year-old woman, Helene Seeman, dead and her husband seriously injured. It was discovered that Locane’s blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit at the time of the accident. She was convicted of vehicular homicide and sentenced to three years in prison.