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Porn star Jenna Jameson escaped a bad childhood by making dozens of X-rated movies. She parlayed that success into an adult media empire.
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Additionally, the 2003 E! True Hollywood Story devoted to Jameson was one of the highest rated in the show's history.
In 2004, Jameson released the best-selling autobiography, "How to Make Love Like a Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale." It became an instant hit, staying on The New York Times Best-Seller list for six weeks in a row.
Jameson's success caught the attention of Playboy Enterprises, who purchased ClubJenna in 2006. With revenue of more than $30 million,
the company now sits in the Fortune 500 rankings. After Playboy's acquisition, the company launched the Club Jenna Channel, a pay-per-view channel featuring the prominent starlet.
Jameson has been dating mixed martial arts fighter Tito Ortiz. In January of 2008, Jameson retired from the adult film industry and on March 16, 2009 Jameson gave birth to twin boys named Jesse Jameson Ortiz and Journey Jett Ortiz.
Jameson starred in the comedic horror-film, Zombie Strippers (2008), as well as the independent comedy How to Make Love to A Woman (2008).
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