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Jones provided voice-overs for her part in the storyline, where the player may fight an opponent to have Jones as their girlfriend.In 2004, Jones recorded a cover of "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" which was used as the opening theme for Victoria Gotti's reality series Growing Up Gotti.The song was successful, becoming Jones third consecutive top 10 hit in Germany after her number 5 hit "Lady Marmalade".In 2002, Jones recorded a new entrance theme for then World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Women's Champion Trish Stratus entitled, "Time to Rock 'n Roll", which was used during broadcasts, until Stratus' retirement.Jones released her fourth album, The Naked Truth, on September 27, 2005, while serving a federal prison sentence.It earned her a 5 mic rating from The Source, making her the only female rapper to ever receive a 5 mic rating.On March 4, 2003, Jones released her third studio album, La Bella Mafia.It debuted at number 5 on the Billboard 200, selling 166,000 copies in its first week, The first single, "The Jump Off", featuring Mr.
She was released on July 3, 2006, after serving approximately 12 months.Jones also performed in two international hit singles."In the Air Tonite", a remix of the Phil Collins song "In the Air Tonight" and duet with Collins, was released as a single from the Collins tribute album Urban Renewal.The 718 in the title is the area code for Brooklyn, where Jones grew up. On March 17, 2005, Jones was convicted of three counts of conspiracy and one count of perjury for lying to a Federal grand jury about her and her friends' involvement in a 2001 shooting outside the Hot 97 studios in Manhattan. Butler and Jackson have since pleaded guilty to gun charges. The length of the sentence was said to have been influenced by his previous gun-related convictions.During the trial of her co-manager, Damion "D-Roc" Butler, and her bodyguard, Suif "Gutta" Jackson, a former member of the hip-hop group Junior M. In July 2005, Jones was sentenced to a one-year and a day in prison, thirty days home detention upon release from custody, and three years of probation.