Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis went a little too wild himself, and now he could be facing some serious jail time!
The porn mogul was recently found guilty of assault and multiple charges of false imprisonment stemming from his arrest back in 2011.
Joe was accused of taking a few women back to his pad for some good times, but the problem was he wouldn't let them leave when the night was over! One woman even claims that he attacked and choke-slammed her head to the ground!
Well now he could be facing up to five years behind bars for his disgusting behavior and is set to be sentenced later this week.
It's hard to believe that a guy who pays women to take their tops off for a living could find a way to damage his reputation, but apparently Joe is just full of surprises!
[Image via Noemi Torres/WENN.]
Sooooo… Is R-Patz the one going wild or his female Twi-Hards???
We're not really sure how this would work, but the proposition is very much a real thing.
After Robert Pattinson joked that Girls Gone Wild would be the one cast he would like to see his fellow Twilight co-stars mingle with, GGW creator Joe Francis of course took the opportunity to get his name out there and stepped up with an offer for the actor.
In a letter to Rob, Joe propositioned him with an $100,000 offer to shoot a video of the popular adult franchise, writing that he:
For one woman who felt like she was taken advantage of by Girls Gone Wild, justice has been served — in the form of a $5.8 million paycheck!
Tamara Favazza sued the maker of the
classy Girls Gone Wild Sorority Orgy DVD series in 2010. She claimed that her breasts were shown in one of the installments without her permission because someone lifted her shirt at a St. Louis bar in 2005.
She initially lost
She can call this song whatever she wants! We're only calling it one thing - FIERCE!
Yesterday, Madonna debuted the lyric video for her new single Girl Gone Wild, and we were absolutely LOVING it!
Now, Madge is addressing rumors that she changed the name of her song, which was originally called Girls Gone Wild, due to a cease and desist letter from GGW video series creator Joe Francis.
Madonna's manager Guy Oseary is claiming that his team NEVER received a letter from Joe, and he's saying that they changed the name of the song to the singular word "Girl" because "that's the way Madonna sings it in the song."
Let's just hope this is the last we hear of this! The song has NOTHING to do with Joe Francis' videos, and it has EVERYTHING to do with being an A-MAZING track!!!!! LOLz!
Excuse us while we listen again a couple hundred times! Sooooo good!!!!!!
After a nasty mess over Joe Francis' gambling debts and his threats to expose Steve Wynn's "high-end deception," Joe has lost the defamation lawsuit filed by the Vegas mogul.
Joe was sued after he promised to reveal the ways Steve deceived all of his high rollers. But Joe had also sued Steve for "ruining his reputation" over the gambling debt "exaggerations."
So even though the Girls Gone Wild kind just lost 7.5 million in this lawsuit, his lawyer says that's nothing compared to what Steve's about to lose:
Joe Francis is STILL going through with his lawsuit against Madonna!!
Even though Madge took Girls Gone Wild off her Super Bowl setlist after receiving Joe's cease and desist letter, Joe is super pissed about MDNA already hitting #1 in over 50 countries.
His legal team says: