Possibly the world’s most famous and popular porn star, Jenna Jameson (real name, Jenna Marie Massoli) has become an industry on her own. Allegedly raped several times in high school, she left home to live with her boyfriend and, after a failed attempt to become a Vegas showgirl, Jameson started stripping and nude modeling. She starred in her first hardcore film in 1995, after beating a drug addiction that left her weighing only 76 pounds. Her career took off quickly. By 2001, Jameson was earning $60,000 a day to shoot hardcore, and over $8,000 a night to make appearances at strip clubs.
Thanks to fan Howard Stern, who cast Jameson in a small role in his film, “Private Parts”, and regular appearances on his radio show, Jameson’s popularity grew. Her mainstream appearances expanded to shows on E! network, and other small film cameos. Taking advantage of this huge fanbase, she started an adult company called ClubJenna, that grew from one website to be a major force in the industry, with revenues estimated at over $30 million. Her autobiography, How to Make Love Like A Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale, spent six weeks on the New York Times bestseller list, in 2004. She continues to manage ClubJenna, and other businesses, while having retired from making porn films. In 2008, she had the lead role in the comedy-horror film, “Zombie Strippers.” Interesting sidenote: She is the first and only pornographic film star to be immortalized in wax by Madame Tussaud’s Museum. (In Las Vegas…where else?)
It is 1888 in London, and the unfortunate poor lead horrifying lives in the city's deadliest slum, Whitechapel. Harassed by gangs and forced to walk the streets for a living, Mary Kelly and her small group of companions trudge on through this daily misery, their only consolation being that things can't get any worse. Yet things somehow do when their friend Ann is kidnapped and they are drawn into a conspiracy with links higher up than they could possibly imagine. The kidnapping is soon followed by the gruesome murder of another woman, Polly, and it becomes apparent that they are being hunted down, one by one. Sinister even by Whitechapel standards, the murder grabs the attention of Inspector Fred Abberline, a brilliant yet troubled man whose police work is often aided by his psychic abilities. Abberline becomes deeply involved with the case, which takes on personal meaning to him when he and Mary begin to fall in love. But as he gets closer to the truth Whitechapel becomes more and ... Written by Anonymous