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What a Creep: Joe Francis

Season 12, Episode 1

Founder of “Girls Gone Wild” & Mega Creep

Joe Francis was the founder and creator of Girls Gone Wild, which made him a millionaire 10 times over. He has also been convicted of tax evasion, bribery, false imprisonment, assault; and has pleaded no contest to child abuse and prostitution.

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Trigger warning: Domestic violence and sexual assault

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