Prosecutors in Panama City are filing new charges against Girls Gone Wild producers over the alleged Spring Break videotaping of underage girls exposing themselves.
The charges against Joseph Francis, Mark Schmitz, Noah Tannenbaum and Ryan Simkin were filed after Bay County Prosecutors went through most of the 200 tapes confiscated after Francis' arrest in April.
Francis is facing racketeering and drug charges. If convicted on all counts, he could face up to 335 years in prison. He maintains his innocence.
Prosecutors say at least 35 minors were videotaped exposing themselves by Girls Gone Wild during a one month stay in Panama City Beach.
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