Jenna Jameson is changing her life, she has taken out her implants and is leaving the porn industry.
Jenna Jameson, adult film star, decided to leave the porn industry.
Apart from leaving her work behind, which made men throughout the world worship her, Jenna has recently taken out her breast implants.
She will continue to run her ClubJenna, a 30-million dollar worth empire.
Also, the porn star decided to focus all her energy on a biographical film that she and the studio have been struggling to complete, a comic book and a clothing line.
Jenna Jameson (born Jenna Marie Massoli on April 9, 1974) is an American pornographic actress and entrepreneur who has been called the world's most famous porn star and "The Queen of Porn".
She started acting in erotic films in 1993 after having worked as a stripper and glamour model.
By 1996, she had won the three top newcomer awards from pornographic film industry organizations. She has since won more than 20 adult film awards, and has been inducted into both the X-Rated Critics Organization (XRCO) and Adult Video News (AVN) Halls of Fame.
Jameson founded pornographic entertainment company Club Jenna in 2000, with Jay Grdina, whom she later married. This business was initially an individual website, which expanded into managing similar websites of other stars and began producing pornographic films in 2001.
The first such film, Briana Loves Jenna (with Briana Banks), was named at the 2003 AVN Awards as the best-selling and best-renting pornographic title for 2002.
By 2005, Club Jenna had revenues of US$30 million with profits estimated at half that.
Playboy TV hosts her Jenna's American Sex Star reality show where aspiring porn stars compete for a Club Jenna contract.
Jameson is also noted for her relative success in crossing over into mainstream celebrity, starting with a minor role in Howard Stern's 1997 film Private Parts.
Her mainstream appearances continued with guest-hosting E! television, an award-winning voice role in the 2002 video game 'Grand Theft Auto: Vice City', and a recurring role on the 2003 NBC television series Mister Sterling.
Her 2004 autobiography, How to Make Love Like a Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale, spent six weeks on The New York Times Best Seller list and is the basis of the film she is working on.