Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP/Shutterstock In 1991, the FBI conducted a background check on Jobs when he was considered for an appointment on president George H.W. Bush’s Export Council. According to the file, “several individuals questions Jobs’ honesty, stating that [he] will twist the truth and distort reality in order to achieve his goals.” In the report, the Apple CEO, who died in 2011, admitted to experimenting with LSD in his teens, calling his use “a positive life changing experience.” This is how you can earn someone’s trust, according to an FBI agent.
Peter Brooker/Shutterstock The dirt in Houston’s FBI file, opened in 1988, pales in comparison to her very public troubles with drugs, relationships, and money. The report details an investigation into threatening letters, including a batch of 79 love letters written to Houston by a Vermont superfan, cassette tapes from the Netherlands, and an alleged $250,000 extortion attempt by a friend of Houston’s who threatened to reveal personal details about the singer’s relationship with Bobby Brown. Check out these 11 mind-blowing facts you never knew about the FBI.