Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Elizabeth Winthrop (Constance Binney) refuses to listen to her conservative parents (Edmund Breese and Mary Carr) and parties all night and day, even throwing a bash on a Sunday while mom and pop are at church! Because of her refusal to be disciplined, Elizabeth leaves home and goes to New York where she becomes a dancer at the Cafe Grotesque with the help of the wealthy Hugh Von Strohm (William Bailey). Elizabeth's former fiancé Clayton Webster (Richard Thorpe), has become a successful engineer, and he comes to New York to make up with her. When he takes her for a drive in his car, she steps on the gas and runs over a child. The child recovers, but Webster takes the blame and goes to prison. This near-tragedy still doesn't shake Elizabeth and she continues her revelry until the fateful day that Von Strohm tries to compromise her. Realizing that her lifestyle will bring her only degradation and misery, she reunites with Webster.