Eddie Murphy once famously quipped, "There's no such thing as a faithful man," citing the fact that men simply must spread their seed as much as possible. Not one to reneg on his own words, 10 years after recording Raw, Eddie was caught doing just that.
In 1997, Murphy drove his wife's SUV through West Hollywood's Santa Monica Boulevard, which is known for its high volume of homosexual prostitutes. He eventually picked up a transvestite named Atisone Kenneth Seiuli, but didn't make it very far before those all-too-familiar sirens started blaring. Though Murphy was allowed to leave shortly thereafter, Atisone was rung up on violating probation on an earlier prostitution charge.
Eddie denied up and down that he had actually picked up Atisone for sex. He claimed that he helps prostitutes all the time, emptying his wallet and making their nights. Of course, that doesn't explain why she was actually in the car with him.
Though there was no legal fallout to speak of, Eddie Murphy's career in the past decade might be karmic retribution for his infidelities.