Three-time Olympic gold medalist and track and field superstar Marion Jones pleaded guilty to using steroids in 2007. Years before her confession, Jones had persistently denied rumors of using drugs. After her involvement in a bank-fraud scheme, prosecutors claimed to have enough evidence that they could use to persuade her to plead guilty. Jones was sentenced to six months jail time in Fort Worth, Texas. The U.S. Olympic Team once referred to her as the “world’s fastest momâ€ after she won five Olympic medals at the 2000 Olympics. However, once released from jail, Jones never received the approval she had enjoyed before.