Sport: NASCAR
Criminal History: Felony larceny, drug possession
Time Behind Bars: Currently facing 14-year prison sentence

The embattled race car driver had been suspended by NASCAR after failing multiple drug tests. Then, things got worse. The DEA discovered over $100K worth of stolen goods from Mayfield's home and seized 1.5 grams of methamphetamine from his possession. Amongst the items found in Mayfield's home was audio equipment reported stolen by Red Bull Racing, surface plates from Fitz Motorsports, and heavy machinery stolen from Lee Family Real Estate. If something's missing from a racetrack, there's a good chance it's in Jeremy Mayfield's garage. Or, at least, a pawn shop near his garage.