The Girls Gone Wild franchise has filed for bankruptcy. Unfortunately, that's not as good as it sounds. Girls Gone Wild shitball Joe Francis submitted the company for bankruptcy protection after a legal dust up with Steve Wynn, CEO of Wynn Resorts, after Francis allegedly ran up a $2 million gambling debt at Wynn's Las Vegas resort. Sadly:
Girls Gone Wild isn't going away, nor is its unseemly practice of persuading drunken women to take off their clothes for the cameras. Francis seems to be moving pots of money around and taking advantage of the legal system to avoid payment.
This could be an attempt to protect Francis's wealth from Wynn, who also won a $40 million defamation lawsuit after, among other things, Francis allegedly made claims that Wynn threatened to have him murdered over the gambling debt. If there is still any good in this world, Francis will not succeed. Either that, or this conflict will facilitate a death match between the two, in which the 71-year-old Wynn lands a decisive victory because he recently went vegan. Lastly, I am depressed to know any of this, but the headline grabbed me and I could not turn away. Now you know too. You're welcome.