By InTouch Weekly
It may be 2015 already, but the entertainment industry is still feeling the lasting effects of the following celebrity scandals, many of which remain unresolved.
Before Sony could release ‘The Interview,’ hackers threatened the company by releasing sensitive documents, creating strains in existing Sony business relationships and generating much criticism.
When Iggy took to Twitter to respond to insults thrown her way by rapper Azealia Banks, she was threatened by hackers to apologize to Azealia, lest she wanted to have her sex tape publicly released.
Back in April, TMZ released an audio recording of Donald Sterling making racist remarks towards his assistant, V. Stiviano. This resulted in immediate outrage amongst NBA sponsors and players alike.
A widespread digital hacking of notable female celebrities' phones occurred in August, when the nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and
many more were distributed around the internet.
Throughout the deterioration of his marriage to Kris Jenner, many noted the changes in Bruce Jenner's physical appearance, which first sparked rumors of him seeking a gender re-assignment surgery.
Both Joe and Teresa of 'The Real Housewives of New Jersey' fame were given prison sentences on multiple charges of fraud in early October. The reality star is currently serving her 15-month sentence.
When news broke that Mama June was dating registered sex offender, Mark McDaniel, who may have even molested her own daughter, producers canceled the hit show.
Transgender model Ava Sabrina London accused Hank Baskett of having sexual relations with her — during wife Kendra's second pregnancy! Soon afterwards, divorce rumors began flying.
Bill Cosby became the center of negative attention when multiple women, including famous models Janice Dickinson and Beverly Johnson came forward accusing him of raping them in the past.
Noted for his role in '7th Heaven,' Stephen Collins came under fire after TMZ released an audio recording of Collins supposedly confessing to child molestation during a therapy session.