Synopsis by Janiss Garza
In Norma Talmadge's initial film for First National, she plays Jennie Malone, a girl from the underworld. One of her pals, Slim Jackson (William Shea) gets her to forge a check, and she finds the law after her. To get her out of this fix -- and into a straight and narrow life -- her father, Black Jerry Malone (Frank Sheridan) sends her away to boarding school. After four years, she returns and fits right into the society whirl. But her new life is threatened when the law -- and the old forgery charge -- catches up with her once again. She is arrested, and if she admits to her old identity, she risks losing her position and her fiancée. But she is also the alibi in a murder case, and an old friend will be convicted if she lies. She decides to tell the truth about herself to save her friend, and her fiancée decides to accept her in spite of her background.