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Joe Francis - Indicted Over Alleged $2M Gambling Debt

Written by:
Greg Tingle
Published on:
Feb/02/2011
Joe Francis

American (and now also Asia Pacific) gambling and real estate mogul, Steve Wynn, looks to now have soft porn king Joe Francis (Girls Gone Wild) by the balls. Media Man http://www.mediamanint.com, an affiliate of Girls Gone Wild, goes in hard and deep!

Francis has had big professional and person issues with Wynn since his loss at the casino back in 2009.

Since the very public bitchfight Wynn had made numerous outlandish claims against Wynn including that Wynn has contracted Las Vegas Nevada bad guys to make him disappear - a contract on his life.

As Gambling911 (forum) readers would have noticed, numerous times over the past 6 months references were made to the spot apparently awaiting Francis's body in the Nevada Desert.  Folks were frequently quizzing the progress on the hole earmarked for Francis circa March 2010 - October 2010.  Do the readers know something we don't know?!

The Media Man Int team, also getting pissed with Francis' Girls Gone Wild affiliate program not paying up, modified their Media Man profile page "so it still works for us" a Media Man rep disclosed. That page in question can be found @  http://www.mediamanint.com/profiles/girls_gone.html   The Media Man also built a Steve Wynn "tribute", with disclaimers, but added a new twist to the promos and you can see to believe it at   http://www.mediamanint.com/profiles/wynn.html   No, no horns of the devil on anyone - not yet anyway (but who knows what the future may hold)!

Back to business, Francis allegedly owes Wynn $2 million bucks, and made one payment of $500,000 towards the debt.  If Francis is convicted he could face up to 4 years jail! Our friends over at entertainment and celeb website TMZ have a history of the Wynn - Francis sage in their archives, as does Gambling911 of course.

As we say at Media Man, crime does not pay. And, know the odds, plus Bet With Your Head, Not Over It, and that's speaking to you Francis.

*The writer is a special contributor for Gambling911

*Media Man http://www.mediamanint.com  is primarily a media, publicity and internet portal development company

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