Left: Kenneth Lay; Right: President Bill Clinton

8. Kenneth Lay
In 1986, Kenneth Lay was appointed CEO and Chairman of the Board of the powerful Enron Oil Company. Between 1989 and 2001, Lay personally liquidated over $300 million in Enron stock, forcing the company into bankruptcy and costing 20,000 employees their jobs. In July of 2004, the Federal Government indicted Lay on 11 counts of securities fraud and making false and misleading statements to the company’s investors. He was found guilty in 2006 but died before his sentencing hearing.

9. Bill Clinton
President Bill Clinton was a notorious womanizer, with several women claiming to have had relations with him. The best known of these affairs is the Monica Lewinsky Scandal. After being subpoenaed in a lawsuit against Clinton by another woman in 1998, Lewinsky denied having an affair with the President. Clinton also denied the allegations, famously saying, “I did not have sexual relations with that woman.” However, after a failed impeachment attempt, the whole story came out.