9 Celebs Betrayed By Family

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Attention Slores, Did You Know, For Your Information


Some people are always trying to take advantage of celebrities because of their status whether it be throwing them under the bus or stealing from them. It is especially sad when a celebrity’s family is the one to betray them. Here are 9 celebs who were betrayed by their family.

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Al Sharpton

Al Sharpton recently revealed on “Oprah’s Next Chapter” that his sister ran off with his mother’s husband. His mother forgave his sister, but it took years for the good reverend to forgive his kin.


Cynthia Bailey

Cynthia’s mom and sister tried to stop her wedding to Peter Thomas by withholding her marriage license. Hey, you can’t choose your family.

Rihanna's mom Monica, Dad Ronald and brother Rajad


Besides beating on her mom when Rih Rih was a kid, her dad also sold her out to the tabloids when Breezy, well, you know.



Eminem said his mom Debbie abused him when he was younger and has written songs on the matter such as “Cleaning Out My Closet.” In 1999, his mom sued him for slandering her in various print and broadcast interviews.


Nene Leakes

Nene’s half sister Kendle Kenya Sherman said she smashed Gregg while he was married to another woman.


Justin Timberlake

Justin’s auntie Jane Harless was busted for stealing $64,000 from his parents.

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Kobe Bryant

Kobe was first betrayed by his parents who tried to sell his memorabilia behind his back — he even sued them. Now his cousin is writing a fictional tell-all book about a NBA player who disowns his family to marry a Spanish girl.


Kendra Wilkinson

Kendra’s brother told her to go straight to hell after she announced she was toting a second swirly seed. Her mother publicly claimed Hollywood changed her daughter for the worse.



Beyonce’s dad Matthew Knowles cheated on her mother Tina and had the nerve to produce a love child that was at the center of a paternity suit filed by his mistress. Dayum.


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