7. “Lavish” – Instagram rich kid
You might have seen many rich kids on social media but ‘Lavish’ was one of the popular rich kid in 2013 when Instagram really took off. He is one of the first people to become a star in Instagram and went by “Lavish.” His true identity was a mystery, but fans were able to find him. He was a 17-year-old rich kid from San Francisco. In his pics and videos he uploaded on Insta: a pic of him toting four iPhones in his man purse; one where he fills his toilet bowl with Pellegrino; a shot of him laying in bed flipping the bird while $100 bills cover his entire body like a blanket; and a long post in which he calls Kim Kardashian a “true peasant” and brags about being richer than her.
8. Tyler Pagenstecher – Young druglord
Take a look at the above picture of Tyler Pagenstecher. He looks like an innocent kid involved in extracurriculars activities but that’s really and understatement. Police claim that this kid was the kingpin of a multi-million dollar drug operation that was the main distributor of marijuana to high schools. He was making over $20,000 in a month by selling weed. He had a good connection with dealers and he also had several men working under his direction. When he was found guilty, he was convicted of his crime in 2013 and sentenced to six months in juvenile prison.
9. Hannah Sabata – Chick bank robber
The student loan is a looming crisis for America, and many young kids are coming up with creative ways to pay off their debt. But not everyone robs a bank for the repayment. In 2012, when Hannah Sabata was 19, she held up the Cornerstone Bank in Waco, Nebraska. Handing a note to the teller warning of a gun, Sabata made off with more than $6,000 from the local bank. But who uploads a video on YouTube after robbing the bank and brag about it? Being 19 and cute, she couldn’t resist taking to YouTube to gain a little publicity. The title was “Chick Bank Robber,” she bragged about not only robbing the local bank but also stealing the car she used in this robbery. She said that she planned to use the money to pay off student loans.”