Joe Francis, the creator of the “Girls Gone Wild” video series, was sentenced to jail Tuesday for assaulting a woman at his Bel Air mansion in 2011.
“Girls Gone Wild” producer Joe Francis was found guilty Monday of misdemeanor charges of false imprisonment and assault in connection to a scuffle involving three women in 2011.
The company behind the “Girls Gone Wild” videos has filed for bankruptcy in Los Angeles to protect itself from more than $16 million in disputed debts and judgements, including over $10 million owed to Las Vegas mogul Steve Wynn, in papers obtained Thursday.
A jury says “Girls Gone Wild” founder Joe Francis should pay Steve Wynn $20 million in punitive damages for claiming the casino mogul threatened to kill him and bury him in the desert.
A jury says “Girls Gone Wild” founder Joe Francis slandered Steve Wynn when he claimed the casino mogul threatened to kill him and bury him in the desert.
Porn producer Joe Francis should be forced to pay Steve Wynn more than $12 million for claiming that the casino mogul threatened to kill him and bury him in the desert, Wynn’s attorney told a jury Friday.
Pamela Anderson and Lionel Richie owe the government money.
Joe Francis, founder of the “Girls Gone Wild” video franchise is back behind bars after turning himself into police Monday.