Later in 1991, she chose the name "Jenna Jameson" from scrolling through the phone book for a last name that matched her first name, and finally deciding on Jameson for Jameson Whiskey, which she drinks.

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She applied for jobs as a dancer in Las Vegas, and in 1991, she began dancing in strip clubs with the help of a fake I. Initially rejected from dancing at the Crazy Horse Too strip club because of her braces, they quickly relented when she removed them with the aid of her brother and a pair of needle-nosed pliers.

She was soon earning $2000 per night, before finishing high school.

They lived together at the start of her porn career and again in 2000.

Jenna claims that she does not enjoy watching herself on film, and hardly ever watches her movies.

In 1990, at age 16, Jenna was thrown out of her home and moved in with her boyfriend, a tattoo artist, with whom she had her first serious relationship.

Her boyfriend gave her what would become her trademark tattoo, double hearts, on her right buttock, which her brother, who would become a tattoo artist himself, later enscribed "HEART BREAKER".

The almost 600 page book is divided into Books numbered with Roman numerals, each preceded by an epigraph from a Shakespearean sonnet.

The narrative is told through a series of first person accounts, personal photos, diary entries in a font resembling handwriting, interviews with her family, movie scripts, and comic panels.

Her mother died of skin cancer on February 20, 1976, when Jenna was two years old, after which she became very close to her brother, Tony Massoli.

During her childhood, she took ballet classes, which helped her future career as a stripper, and was a frequent entrant in beauty pageants.

Her father was Laurence Massoli, program director for an NBC affiliate, and a police officer, of Italian descent.