Joe Francis Bio, Age, Wiki, Net Worth, Jail, Height, Family, Wife, Married, Bankruptcy

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Joe Francis Biography and Wiki

Joe Francis is a successful American businessman, film producer, and the creator of the Girls Gone Wild entertainment brand. Before releasing the direct-to-video film Banned from Television in 1998, Francis worked as a production assistant on the syndicated show Real TV.

Francis has been convicted of tax evasion, bribery, false imprisonment, assault causing great bodily harm, persuading a witness, and record-keeping violations at various times, and has pleaded no contest to child abuse and

Joe Francis Education

Francis attended the University of Southern California and majored in Business Administration, with a focus on the Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies. He also studied film and television, graduating from the USC Entrepreneurial Program in 1995 with a Bachelor’s Degree.

Joe Francis Age

He is 49 years old as of 2022. Joe was born Joseph Raymond Francis on April 1, 1973, in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States of America.

Joe Francis Height

Joe stands at a height of 6′ 2″ (1.88 m) tall. ALSO READ: Maggie Baird

Joe Francis Family and Parents

Joe was born Joseph Raymond Francis on April 1, 1973, in Atlanta, Georgia, the United States of America the son of Raymond Francis and Maria Francis, both from Austria, When Francis was seven years old, his family relocated to Newport Beach, California,

Joe Francis Wife| Married

He has been married to Abbey Wilson since 2012. The two married in 2012 and together have two children; Athena Olivia Francis, and Alexandria Claire Francis.

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 Joe Francis Jail

Officials in Panama City Beach, Florida, attempted to halt the filming of Girls Gone Wild in 2003, prompting Francis to sue them for violating his First Amendment rights. The same officials arrested Francis for racketeering and released him on bond. During a hearing in July 2006, the judge disallowed the majority of the evidence and dismissed the majority of the charges in January 2007. Francis pleaded guilty to record-keeping violations and received a $1.6 million fine and community service. Francis later pleaded guilty to possessing contraband in his cell. He was imprisoned for 339 days and fined more than $60,000.

In January 2011, Francis brought three women to his home, which resulted in five charges: three misdemeanor counts of false imprisonment, one count of assault causing great bodily harm, and one count of discouraging a witness. On May 6, 2013, Francis was found guilty on all five charges. He could have faced up to five years in prison and a $13,000 fine. On May 22, Francis told The Hollywood Reporter that the jurors were “mentally… retarded” and should be “euthanized.” He later apologized for his remarks, but claimed that he had been manipulated by the media. Francis was sentenced to at least 270 days in county jail, 36 months probation, a Level 3 Anger Management course, and a year of psychological counseling on the basis of his criminal record. August 27, 2013. Francis’ lawyers promptly filed a new trial petition. Francis was sentenced to 336 days in prison on March 25, 2015, after pleading no contest to child abuse and prostitution charges.

Joe Francis Bankruptcy

GGW Brands, Francis’s company that owns the Girls Gone Wild entertainment brand, declared bankruptcy in February 2013. The bankruptcy was filed to keep Wynn Resorts from seizing the company’s assets to repay Francis’ gambling debts. In May 2015, a U.S. District Court judge issued an arrest warrant for Francis after he failed to comply with the terms of his bankruptcy agreement. In 2015, he was said to be living in Mexico with his girlfriend and their twin daughters. Civil contempt warrants are not covered by extradition treaties between the United States and Mexico.