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If you haven’t seen it, than you have probably heard about it in the media.  It is something called Girls Gone Wild and it is not something that you would want your children to see.  Entrepreneur (if that is what you can call it) Joe Francis, developed the amateur porn concept many years ago and since has parlayed the in your face videos of young girls showing off their private parts videos into a multi-million dollar empire. 

Whether you like it or not, Mr. Francis’ videos quickly became an international sensation.  However, as in most success stories, especially those that include amateur porn, the fairy tale always seems to come to an end when the owner goes a little wild himself and eventually ends up in jail.  Well, that is what happened to Mr. Francis this past week.  He was sentenced in a Los Angeles, California courtroom by a judge to 270 days in jail and 3 years of probation.  Apparently Mr. Francis got into an altercation with some young girls (shocking) and was accused of assault and false imprisonment.   Of course this isn’t the first time that Mr. Francis has been in trouble…but that is another story.  For now, Mr. Francis will have to do is time and keep his fingers crossed that he doesn’t become a cast member in a new reality show called Prisoners Gone Wild.  Read the original article below.

Original article: Girls Gone Wild producer Joe Francis sentenced to 270 days in jail after assault, false imprisonment conviction

Posted by: Eric Granof

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If you haven’t seen it, than you have probably heard about it in the media.  It is something called Girls Gone Wild and it is not something that you would want your children to see.  Entrepreneur (if that is what you can call it) Joe Francis, developed the amateur porn concept many years ago and since has parlayed the in your face videos of young girls showing off their private parts videos into a multi-million dollar empire. 

Whether you like it or not, Mr. Francis’ videos quickly became an international sensation.  However, as in most success stories, especially those that include amateur porn, the fairy tale always seems to come to an end when the owner goes a little wild himself and eventually ends up in jail.  Well, that is what happened to Mr. Francis this past week.  He was sentenced in a Los Angeles, California courtroom by a judge to 270 days in jail and 3 years of probation.  Apparently Mr. Francis got into an altercation with some young girls (shocking) and was accused of assault and false imprisonment.   Of course this isn’t the first time that Mr. Francis has been in trouble…but that is another story.  For now, Mr. Francis will have to do is time and keep his fingers crossed that he doesn’t become a cast member in a new reality show called Prisoners Gone Wild.  Read the original article below.

Original article: Girls Gone Wild producer Joe Francis sentenced to 270 days in jail after assault, false imprisonment conviction

Posted by: Eric Granof