C.R.O.T.C.H.: Celebrities Reacting Offensively To Criminal Happenings

So, what is C.R.O.T.C.H.? In the heyday of Hollywood, organized crime ran show business. As it grew, the government had no choice but to step in and clean things up. When they finished, they realized that they couldn't leave Hollywood to govern itself, especially with such a wealth of untapped potential, so The government created the C.R.O.T.C.H. department. C.R.O.T.C.H. had jobs that needed attention, and eager men and women looking to break into show business would do just about anything to have their names in lights. Quid pro quo. Years later, C.R.O.T.C.H. changed its business model. Instead of making stars, they're in the business of keeping stars in the spotlight. When their 15 minutes are up, or they get arrested one too many times and the public perception begins to turn, C.R.O.T.C.H. steps in to offer them an extension. Some people are more desperate to keep the spotlight.