Should These Two Be Kissing? 20 Of The Most Inappropriate Celebrity Family Relationships

  • Bobbi Kristina and Nick Gordon

  • Woody Allen and Soon Yi Previn

  • Jerry Lee Lewis and Myra Gale Brown

  • Albert Einstein and Elsa Lowenthal

  • Alicia Silverstone and Son

  • Madonna’s Son Rocco

  • Liv and Steven Tyler

  • Franklin And Eleanor Roosevelt

  • Courtney Stodden and Dad Alex Stodden

  • Ryan O’Neal and Tatum O’Neal

  • John And MacKenzie Phillips

  • Morgan Freeman and His Step-Granddaughter

  • Serge and Charlotte Gainsbourg

  • Jessica and Joe Simpson

  • Hulk and Brooke Hogan

  • Angelina Jolie and James Haven

  • Kim Kardashian and Kris Jenner

  • Stephanie Seymour and Sons

Last week Stephanie Seymour, once again, pushed the boundaries of what is appropriate behavior for a mother and her sons by posing seductively with them for a Harper’s Bazaar shoot. While we’re sure their relationships are probably innocent, there’s something about the photos that’s just a little disconcerting. You know, the part where a mother is being sexualized by her sons while wearing bondage style lingerie. Then again questionable familial relations in celebrity families is nothing new.

From FDR and first cousin Eleanor to Lemon Incest; from Kris Jenner pimping out daughter Kim to Courtney Stodden’s dad publicly giving her a sexy booty spank, some celebrity families have made it their personal mission to creep us out by being weird with each other. I mean, Angelina Jolie’s giant kiss with her brother James Haven at the 2000 Oscars will forever be seared onto our collective cultural psyche.

We’re taking a look at the most questionable celebrity family behavior, peppered with a few definite “No. Oh no, no NO!”s, where these families have gone way beyond questionable to be unquestionably inappropriate — think the Phillips family. We’re not sure if some of these, like Seymour, are really freakish relationships, or just played up for attention-grabbing, but nonetheless, no one should ever look at their mother that way…