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13 Most Shocking Celebrities In History Who Insured Their Body Parts

Charlie Chaplin insured his dancing feet for $150,000 in 1915.


Celebrity life is not all that glam — they have to do some ridiculous things to relish their lavish lifestyles.

There is an insurance concept in Hollywood where one opts to insure any of the body parts to stand out from…




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