"Now, mind you don't stay too long over your politics and scandal,"
"You are talking scandal, Harry, and there is never any basis for scandal."
Here, one should never make one's debut with a scandal.
I love scandals about other people, but scandals about myself don't interest me.
The reporter uncovered the scandal about the politician.
The president denies his role in the scandal.
The scandal shook the public.
There has not been a scandal in the neighbourhood since the time of Queen Elizabeth, and consequently they all fall asleep after dinner.
When you met Lady Gwendolen, not a breath of scandal had ever touched her.
Yet these whispered scandals only increased in the eyes of many his strange and dangerous charm.
1. calumny: defamation, slander, hearsay, rumour, gossip, aspersion, backbiting
2. disgrace: discredit, shame, dishonour, infamy, disrepute, ignominy