Joe Francis is getting slapped with lawsuit that will prevent him from using any more underaged porn queens for his video empire "Girls Gone Wild". Francis and his companies, Mantra Films and MRA Holdings was spanked by Federal Prosecutors for using underage girls. Francis pleaded guilty in a Florida court yesterday for neglecting to record the names and ages of the often-drunk college girls who bared their boobs for the series in 2002 and 2003. He'll pay $2.1 million in fines and must also hire an independent monitor to ensure future tapings feature adults and not teenagers.
For his plea, Francis avoids prison and the federal charges against him will be dismissed in three years if he abides by the rules. His lawyer Aaron Dyer told The New York Post: "All this boils down to is a few record-keeping violations from 2002 and 2003, and two girls who lied about their ages and presented false ID. We're glad this is behind us."
Meanwhile we hear Francis is busy making his latest Oscar worth flick "Girls Gone Wild - Ultimate Rush," which promises "hot naked girls and wild non-stop action!"