Jennifer Wilbanks was the subject of a media circus known all over the world in 2005 when she faked her own kidnapping and claimed that she was sexually abused.
Heidi Fleiss was a well-known former madam in the early 1990s; Heidi's famous journal was the talk of Los Angeles because it revealed very famous clients.
Mary Kay Letourneau is the vilified former teacher that began a sexual relationship with one of her 12-year-old students in the late 1990's; after spending time in prison, they eventually married and have been raising their six children together.
Rachel Uchitel is widely known for her involvement in the Tiger Woods cheating scandal; shocking messages with the acclaimed golfer led her to become the face of Woods' career and marriage collapsing before the entire world.
Jessica Hahn's public rape allegation against televangelist con-man Jim Bakker propelled this 21-year-old church secretary into the spotlight as a well-known model and actress.
In 1998, President Bill Clinton denied having sexual relations with 22-year-old Monica Lewinsky, but after the affair was made public, Clinton admitted to his wrongdoing and was eventually impeached for his improper physical relationship with her.
Anna Nicole Smith was no stranger to the tabloids; from Playboy model of the year to accused gold digger and pill-popper, the blonde beauty spiraled down a path that the world couldn't look away from.
Within weeks of moving to Perugia, Italy, Amanda Knox becomes charged with her roommate's bloody murder, but she maintains her innocence.
Tonya Harding, a world-class ice skater, becomes the focus of a scandal following an attack on her greatest rival, Nancy Kerrigan, six weeks before the 1994 Winter Olympic Games; when Tonya's ex-husband fesses-up, he drags her down with him.
The 2008 disappearance of 2-year-old Caylee Anthony ignites a national media firestorm when her young mother, Casey, becomes the prime suspect.
Driven to the edge, 23-year-old Lorena Bobbitt mutilates her abusive husband by cutting off his penis.
In 1992, 17-year-old Amy Fisher becomes known as the Long Island Lolita when she shoots the wife of her lover, Joey Buttafuocco, in the head; the victim, Mary Jo, gives her firsthand account of the shooting and what she thinks of Amy and Joey today.