A book filed in the lawsuit between cameraman and author Ryan Simkin and Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis reveals QUITE the inneresting anecdote of Paris Hilton and her supposed drug smuggling ways!
Apparently Joe asked Simkin to deliver a Camel cigarette box with cocaine and ecstasy to Paris Hilton during a photoshoot for Seventeen magazine. The token of Joe's appreciation was for her upcoming trip to Europe.
"I asked if she was flying private, and she said, 'No, commercial.' And then as politely as I could, I asked her how she planned on traveling with that amount of blow and X. She held the box in her right hand, and then with an underhand swoop like a lower case J, she demonstrated exactly how she intended to beat airport security. She even whistled as she did it. A little alley-oop with the Camel Box, straight up her snatch. Classic."
Hilton's rep declined to comment.
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Bet there's some juicy deets in there!
Joe Francis is suing cameraman Ryan Simkin for breaking a confidentiality agreement when he wrote Flash! Bars, Boobs, And Busted: 5 Years On The Road With Girls Gone Wild, a tell-all about his experience traveling with the series.
The book is described as a “shocking account of…sex, drugs and rock & roll and ultimately a few trips to the slammer” where nobody “was innocent.”
Simkin worked as a cameraman for Francis from 2002 to 2007 and then as a freelance writer for Girls Gone Wild magazine until the beginning of this year.
The papers filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday stated, “Unfortunately, Simkin has decided that money and fame are more important to him than keeping promises.”
This is gonna be inneresting.
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