Girls gone wild contest

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After thousands of fan votes, 24 year old Abbey Lauren Wilson of Oklahoma City, OK was crowned the winner in last night's dramatic season finale. The stunning blonde edged out thousands of other contestants to win this year's coveted title. Senator Mark Pryor's office in Washington D. C this summer. Francis then added the internship to the prize package for this season's winner, until the Senator went public claiming it was all a hoax. Francis's name was cleared when Chad Brownstein, son of prominent lobbyist Norm Brownstein, admitted that he had in fact arranged for the internship with Senator Pryor's office, and promptly apologized.

Is ‘Girls Gone Wild’ Founder Joe Francis Still in Jail?

Is 'Girls Gone Wild' Founder Joe Francis Still in Jail?

AP - "Girls Gone Wild" founder Joe Francis pleaded no contest to child abuse and prostitution charges Wednesday under an agreement that allowed him to walk free after nearly a year in jail. The hearing in Bay County state court resolved a criminal case involving the filming of underaged girls during spring break on Panama City Beach. I pleaded guilty just to get out of jail," a defiant Francis said after the hearing. He pleaded no contest to one count of felony child abuse and two counts of misdemeanor prostitution. He also pleaded no contest to two additional child abuse counts on behalf of his company, Mantra Films.

'Girls Gone Wild' Founder Pleads No Contest To Child Abuse, Prostitution Charges

Remember Joe Francis? The year-old entrepreneur and businessman is best known for titillating his audience with the creation of the Girls Gone Wild GGW franchise, a not-quite-pornography but close enough series of DVDs with college-aged women willingly exposing themselves on cameras. It was all but impossible to watch TV in the late 90s without encountering a Girls Gone Wild infomercial. But Joe Francis had just as much legal trouble as he did success peddling his shocking videos. Before GGW , Joe Francis worked as a production assistant for RealTV, a reality television program that covered interesting events that mainstream news sites ignored.
Girls Gone Wild GGW is an entertainment franchise created by Joe Francis in , [1] who occasionally appears as the host of the videos. Girls Gone Wild was known for its early use of direct-response marketing techniques, including its late-night infomercials that began airing in In February , the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. In , the company was sold to Bang Bros. The first Girls Gone Wild film was released in