Stirring up controversy, indeed! From Paula Deen's N-word controversy to Martha Stewart's prison sentence, recall the scandals that have rocked certain celebrity chefs!
Stewart, who's penned many bestselling cookbooks and had her own shows, Martha and Martha Stewart Living, was convicted in 2004 on charges relating to insider trading of stocks. She paid more than $150,000 in fines and served five months in a West Virginia federal prison. In an interview with Vanity Fair, Stewart said that she was sorry for the "chaos" her prosecution caused.
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