This successful businesswoman isn’t everything she’s made out to be. In 2003, authorities indicted her on security fraud and obstruction of justice. She didn’t fight the accusations and instead stepped down from her position as CEO. She’d made false statements to investigators, who eventually sentenced her to five months of house arrest. She described her incarceration as horrifying, saying, “No one — no one — should have to go through that kind of indignity, really, except for murderers, and there are a few other categories.” Her sketchy behavior negatively impacted her thriving career, and in a matter of moments, she was reduced to nothing (via Hollywood Life).