Ireland Baldwin Slams Paparazzi on Twitter... Just Like Dad: Most Controversial Hollywood Family?
Like father, like daughter. Ireland Baldwin recently followed in dad Alec Baldwin's footsteps by slamming the paparazzi on Twitter. Just don't call anyone a "queen," Ireland.
The Jackson family has been controversial ever since the beginning of the Jackson 5 (with Michael Jackson as the lead singer) in 1964. The drama hasn't seemed to stop since.
The fact that the Kardashians are even a household name is controversial enough, given that the most popular sister, Kim, rose to fame with a leaked sex tape.
Lindsay Lohan has had her fair share of problems, but much of the public thinks that her less-than-role-model-worthy mom and dad have something to do with it.
Possibly the most disturbing family scandal, former child star Mackenzie Phillips admitted in 2009 to having had a 10-year consensual sexual relationship with her father, John Phillips of "The Mamas and The Papas."
OK, so this photo was taken in 2002, when the family had a reality show on MTV called "The Osbournes." But Ozzy, Sharon and the kids are still in the limelight -- and aren't exactly a cookie-cutter kind of bunch.
The 6-foot-2-inch teen wrote "I hope all paparazzi get s--t on by a herd of African elephants" … but that's not all. She also posted these gems: "Get a real job you lame doo doo headed dummies," and "I've met maybe a few paparazzi that have been friendly. The majority of you are d--k bags."
Well, we certainly know how she feels about the paps. And it seems like it's not too far from her dad's equally eccentric opinions. But do Twitter rants from the father-daughter duo mean that the Baldwins are Hollywood's most controversial family?
The Jackson family has been bathing in controversy since the '60s, Lindsay Lohan's mom and dad aren't exactly model parents and don't even get us started on the Kardashians. There's tons of celeb families out there that are filled with scandal. Which Hollywood family is the most controversial of them all?
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