One of the most outspoken and litigious of the women who surfaced in the 1990s with accusations of sexual misconduct against President Bill Clinton, Arkansas state employee Paula Corbin Jones emerged as a public figure in the mid-'90s. At that time, she filed a suit against Clinton for alleged harassment during his term as governor in Little Rock. Though the suit was eventually dismissed (accompanying an out-of-court settlement by Clinton), it witnessed the then-president committing perjury on the stand in reference to his relationship with Monica Lewinsky -- incidents that prompted his impeachment trial and charges involving obstruction of justice. Following these events, Jones (like fellow Clinton accuser Gennifer Flowers) also posed nude in an issue of Penthouse magazine; that issue was published in the fall of 2000. In March 2002, she climbed into the ring and fought ice skater Tonya Harding on the Fox Network's program Celebrity Boxing; Jones lost the match. In mid-2008, Jones and Flowers made headlines when they launched an unusual Internet venture in which they offered video clips of their stories and thoughts about Clinton -- for a fee.