When you live in the public eye, every aspect of your life is subjected to intense scrutiny. Thanks to 24-hours news channels and social media, that scrutiny ensures whatever you do and wherever you do it will be explored and exploited by a public as hungry for inspiration as they are for scandal. When celebrities do something good, they're praised. When they do something bad, they're demonized. Yet unlike members of the general public, celebrities are often afforded the opportunity to redeem themselves by continuing to share the talents that made them famous. And the more they achieve as a result of those talents, the greater the distance they're able to place between themselves and the crimes for which they were accused or convicted.