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‘Girls Gone Wild’ Creator Lands In Jail Again

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For The Daily CallerEric Owens reports:

Joe Francis – Gawker’s Douche of the Decade and a man who once bellowed that a “retarded” jury “should be shot dead” for convicting him of false imprisonment – has made millions of dollars by convincing skanky babes to bare their breasts for dozens upon dozens of Girls Gone Wild videos.

The last few years have not been kind to the softcore porn mogul, though.

[See also: ‘Girls Gone Wild’ founder Joe Francis sentenced to 270 days in jail]

His latest brush with the law came on Friday when cops arrested him for “pushing and shoving” someone at the “Girls Gone Wild” worldwide headquarters in Los Angeles, reports the Los Angeles Times.

Francis, 41, allegedly attacked an employee there, explains the gossip site TMZ. He also allegedly violated a restraining order issued by a federal bankruptcy judge which forbids him from coming within 100 feet of the office building. Read the rest of this entry »

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‘Girls Gone Wild’ founder Joe Francis sentenced to 270 days in jail

 Joe Francis leaves the Edward R. Roybal Center and Federal Building court on in Los Angeles on Sept. 23, 2009. (Associated Press) Photo by: Damian Dovarganes

Joe Francis leaves the Federal Building court on in Los Angeles on Sept. 23, 2009. (Associated Press) Photo by: Damian Dovarganes

Girls Gone Wild” founder Joe Francis has been sentenced to serve at least 270 days behind bars for attacking a woman at his Hollywood mansion back in 2011.

The mogul has also been sentenced to 36 months probation and must complete an anger management course and one year of psychological counseling, TMZ reported.

Three women have accused Francis of taking them to his home and refusing to let them leave. He reportedly choked one of the women and slammed her head into his tile floor, TMZ said.

He was convicted on five charges, including assault, three counts of false imprisonment and one count of dissuading a witness from reporting.

via Washington Times.