10 Most Hated list.
According to California-based E-Poll's E-Score Celebrity research

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10. Howard Stern
Howard Stern, an American radio personality and television host, has drawn widespread attention and has even been labeled as a "shock jock" for his outspokenness and sometimes controversial style.

On his shows, Stern is always boldly talking on topics such as sex and gossip, managing to draw attention as well as anger from the audience.

9. 'Hollywood Madam' Heidi Fleiss
Heidi Fleiss, also known as "Hollywood Madam," is a columnist and was a television personality in the 1990s.

Fleiss managed a prostitution ring when she was only 22 and she once boasted of serving rich and powerful clients. She also admitted that she was a prostitute for a short time.

Fleiss had several brush with the law and was once even charged with attempted pandering.

Fleiss' personal life is not a very happy one - she suffered from domestic violence at the hands of her ex-boyfriend actor Tom Sizemore in 2003 and was treated for substance abuse at the Pasadena Recovery Center in 2009.

8. Paris Hilton
Paris Hilton, an American heiress and media personality, became the focus of the media attention following the leak of her controversial sex tape in 2003.

Paris has also served a sentence in a Los Angeles County jail in 2007.

Paris is a typical example of 'celebutante' - a celebrity who rises to fame for his/her controversial lifestyle and not his/her work or talent.

7. Jesse James
Jesse James, an American television personality, has divorced three time and is best known as the former husband of Academy Award winner Hollywood star Sandra Bullock.

James has three kids - one daughter and son live with his first wife Karla while another daughter lives with his second wife Janine Lindermulder, who is an adult film star and producer. However, recently James was awarded custody of his daughter following a bitter custody battle with Janine.

James divorced with his third wife - Sandra Bullock - on June 28, 2010, citing "conflict of personalities."

On Aug 19, 2010, tattoo artist Kat Von D said that she was dating with James. James announced on Jan. 20, 2011 that they were engaged but their fairy tale love story came to a grinding halt in July when they announced their split.

6. Levi Johnston (Bristol Palin's former fiance)

Levi Johnston, Bristol Palin's former fiance, became the focus of the media attention, after U.S. vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin said her daughter Bristol was engaged with Johnston and pregnant with Johnston's baby for 5 months.

In March 2009, Bristol and Levi split following some public feuds between Levi and the Palin family. In July 2010, the couple said that they were together again, but split again three weeks later.

5. Jon Gosselin
Jon Gosselin, an American television personality star, is best known for his appearances with his ex-wife Kate and their eight children on the American reality TV show Jon & Kate Plus 8. The show became popular but Gosselin was soon accused by TLC of violating the contract with them. On November 23, 2009, TLC aired the last episode of the TV show Jon & Kate Plus 8.

4. O.J. Simpson
O.J. Simpson, a professional football player and actor, became infamous for the internationally publicized criminal trial.

Simpson's wife Nicole Brown and her friend Ronald Goldman were murdered on June 12, 1994. In 1995, Simpson was accused of murdering them.

A high-profile criminal trial followed and on Oct. 3, 1995 Simpson was acquitted of all criminal charges in a controversial criminal trial.

On Feb. 5, 1997, a civil jury in Santa Monica, California unanimously found Simpson liable for the wrongful death of and battery against Goldman, and battery against Brown. Simpson was ordered to pay $33.5 million in damages but was able to continue much of his lifestyle based on his NFL pension of $28,000 a year because California law protects pensions from being used to satisfy judgments.

However, in Sept. 2007, the law caught up with Simpson when the ex-football star and 3 other men were arrested and charged with multiple felony counts, including criminal conspiracy, kidnapping, assault, robbery, and using a deadly weapon. Simpson and his co-conspirators were accused of entering a room at the Palace Station hotel-casino and robbing sports memorabilia at gunpoint.

Simpson's co-defendants had plea bargained and testified against Simpson and all four were found guilty of all charges on October 3, 2008. On Dec. 5, 2008, Simpson was sentenced to a total of 33 years in prison with the possibility of parole in about 9 years.

On Sept. 4, 2009, the Nevada Supreme Court denied a request for bail during Simpson's appeal and in Oct. 2010, the Nevada Supreme Court affirmed his convictions.

Simpson is now serving his sentence as Nevada Department of Corrections inmate #1027820 at the Lovelock Correctional Center.

3. Nadya Suleman aka 'Octomom'
Nadya Suleman, also known as "Octomom," drew international attention when she gave birth to octuplets in 2009.

The public reacted angrily, however, when they found out that Suleman was an unemployed single California woman and already had six other children.

2. Spencer Pratt, formerly of "The Hills"
Spencer Pratt, the former "The Hills" reality TV show star, was criticized for his childish and self-centered behavior, when he and his wife Heidi Montag joined the reality television show, I'm a Celebrity... Get Me out of Here! Later, the couple quit the show.

In July 2010, the couple filed for a divorce, citing irreconcilable differences. However, the divorce was called off in Oct. 2010.

On 11 Sept. 2010, when Pratt was trying to board an aircraft with a gun, he was arrested and jailed in Costa Rica. He was released soon thereafter but was banned from re-entering the country.

In Nov. 2010, Pratt was forced to file for bankruptcy.

1. Casey Anthony
Casey Anthony, 25, was accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in 2008. Following a six-week high-profile trial that was broadcast live on television, she was acquitted in July.

Casey's acquittal surprised and provoked many legal pundits and millions of Americans as most Americans were quite sure that Casey had killed her daughter. However, as the prosecution relied only on circumstantial evidence and had failed to furnish evidence that proved "beyond reasonable doubt" that Casey was the killer, the jury had no option but to return a 'not guilty' verdict.

Although Casey has been released from the jail, freedom is still a remote dream for her. Death threats continue to dog Casey, forcing her to go into hiding. Her whereabouts is now a mystery.

In my opinion, none of these people deserve to be on any "most hated" list. My picks would include Mark Fuhrman, Glenn Beck, Matt Drudge, Lucianne Goldberg, Ken Starr, Linda Tripp, Rush Limbaugh, Rupert Murdoch, Dick Morris, Ann Coulter and Alphonse D'Amato, and I am absolutely certain that they are all an excellent replacement for the E-Score Celebrity research list.

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