Synopsis by Janiss Garza
This melodrama was Josie Collins' first starring role for Fox. Helena (Collins) is victimized by an Italian roué (Arthur Donaldson) and his helper, known only as "La Terribula," a nefarious pair who spend their time entrapping vulnerable young girls. After suffering "outrage" at the roué's hands (assumedly, 1910s' jargon for rape), Helena travels to America, where her husband has a job working in the coal region of Pennsylvania. But the mine he is working in explodes and she arrives to find him dying. She then goes to New York where she meets a handsome young artist (Armand Cortez). They fall in love but need his uncle's consent to wed, so they travel to Naples, where the uncle turns out to be the roué who "outraged" Helena. She poisons him and then chokes La Terribula to death, after which she blithely returns to America, the artist in tow.