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Posted: Jan 5 2007, 01:26 AM
Member No.: 331
Joined: 20-October 06
PENSACOLA, Fla. - A judge on Thursday dropped most of the charges filed against the producer of the “Girls Gone Wild” video series, saying the evidence did not support the allegations involving the filming of a pair of underage girls at spring break.
Of the more than 40 criminal charges filed, only four felony and two misdemeanor counts remain against series creator Joe Francis and his company, Mantra Films, Inc., after two 17-year-old girls claimed a “Girls Gone Wild” cameraman videotaped them in sexual situations on Panama City Beach in 2003.
The remaining felony counts charge that Francis and the company used minors in sexual performances and conspired to use minors in sexual performances, which would carry a maximum combined prison sentence of 40 years if convicted. The two misdemeanor counts charge Francis and the company with prostitution. The punishment for those charges was not immediately known.