The gruesome story behind Girls Gone Wild will show Joe Francis true colors – Marca English

The late ’90s and 2000s were the beginning of the reality TV era, many people were in awe of what happened when the cameras were rolling during unscripted shows.

One of the programs that grabbed the attention of people was the show “Girls Gone Wild” a show hosted and produced by Joe Francis that was taped during parties and events where mostly inebriated women would act “outrageously”, some would flash their breasts in exchange for a t-shirt or a hat.

A new documentary episode from the TNT network focuses on the aftermath of the show

Katina Blackford Newman is the director of Girls Gone Wild Exposed, which is part of the Rich & Shameless anthology series.

According to the Toronto Sun, the episode will show allegations against Joe Francis that include child pornography, domestic abuse, as well as sexual and physical assault.

The Toronto Sun mentions that Francis was arrested in 2003 for charges of child pornography for filming underage girls performing sexual acts.

After the alleged arrest, Francis was also sued by a woman that claimed that her NSFW photo was included on the cover of the DVD without her permission, he later faced tax evasion charges and other lawsuits for $20 million that made his company go under, company which later filed for bankruptcy.

Blackford Newman told the Toronto Sun that “Behind the fun, the wet T-shirt competitions, and the faux-feministic liberation centered around flashing your breasts in front of a camera, lives were being ruined”

She also commented that she reached out to many of his celebrity friends but no one replied. She claims that young women would trust Francis because of his friendship with celebrities like the Kardashians.

On his Twitter account, Francis has pictures with Kanye West

The show will air on April 23rd, 2022 on the TNT Network

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