Fame and success brings a lot of temptations and opportunities the average Joe and Jane six-pack will never get. Women love successful, confident, good looking men who are successful with women. Its exciting to them. All professional athletes and celebrities deal with this and it can go to your head. Being on TV causes people to not see you, but see what they think you are. They tend to project all of their hopes and dreams onto to people who they perceive as having everything they want. When that celebrity or athlete lives a life that matches their projections; they love and admire the star. When the star does not live the life that they think they should be living, they viciously attack the star in the media and in the public domain. Their “star” has “crossed the line,” “been a poor example,” “a bad role model,” etc. The star will continue to be vilified and attacked until they get in line and conform to some ridiculous ideal of what people think they should be instead of honoring and celebrating who that star really is.