Sex, Starlets, and Scandals: USC is Hollywood's Hottest Man-Harem

Kyle BunchSenior Analyst IFebruary 20, 2008

Things seem to be heating up in sunny Southern California, and we're not just talking about the weather.

It seems every time the tabloids snap a picture of celluloids' most scandalous young starlets, there's a USC student or graduate standing beside them.

Take the latest silver-screen scandal of the moment: Lindsay Lohan. Her rap-sheet is nearly as long as her IMDB profile. There's the multiple speeding tickets, the running red-lights, a hit-and-run, D.W.I, the drinking, the alleged cocaine possession, the rehab, and now the (semi) nude Marylin Monroe photos. And who's that guy with her in all the newsstand photos? That's USC graduate Spencer Guilburt.

Lohan's has been caught with her latest man, 24 year old Guilbert, a graphic artist/clothing designer, kissing around town.

Then there was Britney Spears and her suspected romance with ex-Trojan volleyball player and realtor-to-the-stars, Robert Edie. Now I'm not even going to list Britney's problems, because if you have a TV and a pulse, you know things have turned straight-jacket-crazy in the pop-icon's life.

But before she was suspected to be romantically involved with the Marshall business school grad, it was rumored she was playing tonsil hockey with Matt Leinart. And that's not all! USC has been historically linked with silver-screen sex scandals since before there was even sound in cinema.

The rumored encounters go all the way back into the 1920s...

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