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A scandal a disgraceful or discreditable action, circumstance, etc. A controversy.
Scandal may also refer to:
- Scandal (1989 film), about the Profumo affair
- Scandal (1950 film), called in Japanese Shubun
- Scandal (2012 film), called in Vietnamese Bí Mật Thảm Đỏ
- Scandal (comics), a DC Comics villain
- Scandal (1983 novel), by A. N. Wilson
- Scandal (1986 novel), by Shusaku Endo
- Scandal (short story), a 1919 short story by Willa Cather
- Scandal: How "Gotcha" Politics Is Destroying America, a book by Lanny Davis
- Scandal (American band), a 1980s American rock/pop band
- Scandal (Japanese band), a Japanese pop-rock group
- Scandal (album), a 2006 album by Kangta & Vanness
- "Scandal" (song), a song by Queen from their 1989 album The Miracle
- Scandal (TV series), a 2012 American television series
- Scandal: A Shocking and Wrongful Incident, a 2013 South Korean television series
- Scandal (theology), an act that leads someone else to sin
- Sex scandal, or just scandal, Filipino term for pornography, often done by amateur or celebrity.
- Notes on a Scandal, a novel by Zoë Heller
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