From a humbling string of arrests, rehab and incarcerations (including a stint in state prison), the Iron Man actor has dramatically turned his life around professionally and personally.
The Dancing With the Stars contestant credits her time behind bars (for lying to a grand jury) for hooking her on the hoofing competition.
Her high-profile trial for shoplifting seemed designed to generate as much attention as her eventual conviction on two felony counts.
Thirteen years after the Trial of the Century (and the civil follow-up that found him liable in the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman), the former football star ultimately found himself sentenced to at least nine years behind bars for his role in a Nevada robbery-kidnapping plot.
The titan of good living spent five months in Camp Cupcake (i.e., a West Virginia federal prison) after being convicted of lying to investigators about a stock deal.
The Grammy-winning, chart-topping rapper was found guilty on a felony weapons charge and is set to serve a one-year sentence.
After his first trial ended with a hung jury, the legendary producer was found guilty of the 2003 murder of Lana Clarkson and awaits sentencing.
Convicted of tax evasion, the Blade actor remains free while appealing the ruling and his three-year prison sentence.
Cake's drummer from 2001 until 2004 was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison on Dec. 2, 2014, after being convicted of molesting a 3-year-old girl during a Thanksgiving gathering in 2009.