As the recent judicial odysseys of Paris Hilton, Martha Stewart and Lindsay Lohan have demonstrated, it isn't unusual to see celebrities being marched off to jail anymore.

But back in 1998, "Fox Files" was the first to nab an interview with heavy metal band Motley Crue's bad boy drummer Tommy Lee, who had just spent four months in the Los Angeles County Jail for attacking his then wife, "Baywatch" beauty Pamela Anderson. The no-holds-barred interview covered everything from the arrest and the debauchery of his over the top rock 'n' roll lifestyle to their notorious homemade sex tape that made headlines around the world.

Then, a 1990 segment from "The Reporters" takes you to the mean streets of Las Vegas and Atlantic City with female undercover police decoys in "Live Bait." Immersed in a world of drugs and prostitution, you'll be amazed at how these women remain cool and focused in some very dangerous situations in the seediest parts of town.

The now deceased porn legend Linda Lovelace spoke out against the industry that made her infamous in a 1999 "Fox Files" segment called "Burned Out Porn Stars." The star of the legendary porn film "Deep Throat" opened up about her hellish existence in the world of hardcore pornography. As you'll see, there's no shortage of women and men performing all kinds of sex on camera. But there's also an abundance of cautionary tales with tragic endings like that of Shannon Wilsey, who became famous as porn queen Savannah. In a dramatic interview, her mother recounts her daughter's descent into a dead end world of drugs and pornography before taking her own life at the age of 23.

It's all waiting for you "From the Fox Files."