Blind Item: Which Techies Have Seriously Broken Bad Recently?

Those pesky startup wunderkind and tech-related individuals! When they aren't sending around dong shots or breaking out of rehab, they have to go and ruin our image of them by starring in movies or voting in the Senate. Call it schadenfreude or a rip-roaring good time, but there is nothing we love more then when famous folk do bad all by themselves.

To celebrate the brand-new season of Breaking Bad premiering this Sunday on AMC, we've collected some tantalizing blind items about some big names who've done screwed up. Send your best guesses as to who the following culprits are to contests@gawker.com with "Celebs Who've Broken Bad" as the subject line and you'll be entered for a chance to win Seasons 1-3 of Breaking Bad on DVD!

1. Which blighted website isn't in anyone's top eight anymore? After being bought in '05 for $580 million, the social nightmare is now up for sale, and the most recent $20 million bid is way "down under" the asking price.

2. Talk about a jailbird! Which tech company founder recently went into total overshare mode when he live tweeted his own arrest?

3. In a small step for ladies everywhere, this out-of-this world octogenarian recently announced he was splitting from his wife. Rumor has it he was tired of her stepping on his toes. Look out for a messy divorce proceeding in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1!

Send us your guesses by 6PM EST on July 20, and don't forget to tune in for the season premiere of Breaking Bad on Sunday, July 17 at 10/9C—only on AMC!

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Winner will be chosen at random from entries with three correct answers. Standard contest rules apply. Only open to US residents. Readers may also enter by sending the last question of the survey and their contact information to Gawker Media, Attn: Breaking Bad Contest, 210 Elizabeth Street Fourth Floor, New York NY 10012. The contest begins on July 7 at 11:59am EST and ends on July 24 at 11:59pm EST.