Here are 33 horrible people of 2017 who we don’t want to see in 2018. It was almost hard to keep up with the news in 2017. We saw an endless list of people get accused of being predators or criminals, all our favorite actors let us down, and politicians were having a competition among themselves to see which party could create the worst human beings.
This lowlife committed the worst mass shooting in American history in October 2017 by targeting folks attending a music festival below his Las Vegas hotel room.
Kendall Jenner & Pepsi
Every year, there’s one. This time, the sucky Kardashian of the year is Kendall Jenner for her involvement in commercializing and capitalizing on protests against racial injustice for Pepsi.
effectively ended, and many more men and women in the entertainment industry started coming forward as well.
Kevin Spacey was accused of harassment by more than 10 young men, and let go from House of Cards. He decided to address the allegations in a coming out letter, which which angry LGBT advocates saw as an opportunistic move.
Trump named Tom Price as his United States Secretary of Health and Human Services, but his term didn’t even make it through the year. Price was found to be using taxpayer money and military aircraft to expense private travel, and resigned from his post.
He is just a normal guy enslaving an entire population under totalitarian rule while testing ballistic missiles that can reach the United States of America.
The long-time TV anchor was fired from NBC after he supposedly assaulted and harassed many women. He supposedly had a button under his desk to literally lock women in his office.
One of the most beloved comedians proved himself to be a major jerk after he confessed to exposing himself to multiple women and touching himself in front of them. Rumors about C.K.’s conduct had swirled for years.
In 2017, this notorious monster finally passed away… and we can’t say we’re particularly unhappy about it. Good riddance.
Milo Yiannopoulos belongs to the alt. right, which means he sympathizes with the ideology of Nazis. But in 2017 he also made some inappropriate jokes about pedophiles, which got him finally banned from Twitter, along with a few college campuses.
This pharma bro was so 2015, right? Wrong. In 2017, Shkreli was officially found guilty on multiple accounts of securities fraud. He also posted a bunch of horrifying crap on Twitter that got him permanently banned.
Imagine that you had a career literally playing and reviewing video games on YouTube, with hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of endorsement deals, and all you had to do to maintain that was not say the “N” word during a live stream. Whoops. PewDiePie (real name Felix Kjellberg) couldn’t manage it.
Whether or not he had anything to do with the 2016 U.S. presidential election, over in Russia he still operates as a bit of a totalitarian and is accused by over 65% of Russians of engaging in high-level corruption to amass power and wealth for himself.
Chris Brown just finds a reason to make this list EVERY year. In 2017, his ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran said he’d made threats against her, hurt her, and had to get a restraining order against him. The restraining order lasts for FIVE YEARS, so you know this guy is a creep.
Back in my day, confessed child predators couldn’t be senators. But with Alabama politician Roy Moore, things sure seem to be changing.
Actor Danny Masterson was accused of rapes by at least three women in 2017, and Netflix finally agreed to drop him from The Ranch.
Bill O’Reilly was finally let go from Fox News after years of harassment claims from women. He was also documented to have been cruel toward his wife prior to their divorce.
Sen. Al Franken
Multiple women came forward in 2017 and said that Senator Al Franken had touched them inappropriately — and a few had photo evidence to prove it. Franken made an emotional speech on Dec. 7, 2017, saying that he was going to resign as a senator.
Actress Lena Dunham is known for being controversial and putting her foot in her mouth, but in 2017 she proved she wasn’t very “feminist” when she refused to believe one of the writers from Girls had harassed another female on set.
Producer and entrepreneur Russell Simmons has been accused of harassing and assaulting three women against their will so far in 2017. He’s stepped down from all his businesses and upcoming television specials.