Stars can be pretty, popular, and filthy rich, but viruses don’t care. They can get sexually transmitted diseases just like anybody else—and their lifestyle can put them at higher risk. Here are some celebs who got STD. We’re pretty sure there are lot more of them, but their doctors aren’t telling.
First on the list—Lindsay Lohan. Why are we not surprised? Rumor has it that she got herpes, an incurable STD. In fact, two of her boyfriends (including a Gucci model) have complained that she passed it on to them.
Pamela Anderson got Hepatitis C from hubby Tommy Lee, who got it from…well, who knows. The disease wreaks havoc on the liver (and all those party cocktails aren’t helping).
Playgirl Brooke Ashley has HIV, which she got in 1998. It can be passed through vaginal and genital secretions, which seriously dampens her sex appeal.
Kristanna Loken, star of Terminator 3 and an open bisexual, had a bout with genital herpes. So does she blame her ex husband or the woman she dated after the divorce? Rihanna may have gotten oral herpes from ex-boyfriend Chris Brown
Paris Hilton, whose sexual escapades have been caught on film, has the Herpes Virus. The proof: a pack of Valtrex, a prescription drug used for the disease, was stashed in her storage locker. She says that she doesn’t know what they’re talking about, but does she ever? With that vacuous expression and the haze of constant drug and alcohol use, we’re surprised she remembers her name.
Another Valtrex user is Jessica Alba, who contracted Herpes complex from Derek Jeter. FYI: Derek’s been seen with Mariah Carey and Jessica Biel, so they better get themselves checked too!
Victoria Beckham also got the Herpes virus from her husband David Beckham, who apparently “scored a lot of goals” in his single life. That’s not posh at all.
Singer Natalie Cole suffers from Hepatitis C, which is already affecting her body: she had to go through a kidney transplant. Naomi Judd has the same condition, which led to the disbanding of her singing group. But at least she’s trying to make some good come out of it: she started the Naomi Judd Education and Research Fund to raise awareness about the Hepatitis C virus.
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