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  1. Behind the Scenes of THR’s Joe Francis Photo Shoot

    5:55 pm 5/21/2013

    Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis reveals the three steps to success and how he handles bad press. Read more

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  2. 'Girls Gone Wild' Creator Joe Francis Convicted of Assaulting a Woman

    7:31 pm 5/6/2013

    He faces up to five years in jail after being found guilty by a jury.Read more

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  3. 'Girls Gone Wild' Company Declares Bankruptcy

    11:24 am 2/28/2013

    UPDATED: A company associated with the brand founded by Joe Francis seeks a reorganization.Read more

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  4. Steve Wynn Vs. Joe Francis: Anatomy of a $40 Million Smackdown

    5:00 am 9/12/2012

    In one of the odder defamation lawsuits in recent Hollywood history, Wynn calls "Girls Gone Wild" mogul Francis a "digital assassin" after a jury awards him millions in a decision that Francis vows to appeal.Read more

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  5. Steve Wynn Vs. Joe Francis Defamation Trial Set to Begin

    1:20 am 8/30/2012

    The casino mogul says the Girls Gone Wild founder damaged his business by claiming he wanted to kill Francis.Read more

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  6. Pamela Anderson, Lionel Richie and Joe Francis Among Hollywood Names on California's Tax Delinquents List

    2:35 pm 4/14/2012

    Cnet's Halsey M. Minor and Nick Cassavetes are among the 500 people listed as owing the state taxes.Read more

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  7. Madonna Didn't Change 'Girl Gone Wild' Because of Joe Francis, Her Rep Says

    10:47 am 2/28/2012

    The new track, part of the pop superstar's upcoming album "MDNA," was originally titled "Girls Gone Wild," much to the franchise founder's chagrin.Read more

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  8. Steve Wynn Prevails in $7.5 Million Lawsuit Against Joe Francis

    7:19 am 2/23/2012

    The Las Vegas casino mogul wins five-year battle against the "Girls Gone Wild" creator.Read more

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  9. 'Girls Gone Wild's' Joe Francis Sends Legal Threat to Madonna Over Super Bowl Show

    10:30 pm 2/3/2012

    NBCUniversal and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell are also named in the document, which aims to prevent the singer from performing her song of the same name at the Super Bowl.Read more

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