Girls Gone Wild

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

Prosecutors in Panama City say the "Girls Gone Wild" staff filmed at least 35 minors exposing themselves during spring break.

State Attorney Jim Appleman also says additional charges are possible against the producer of the videos, who was arrested in April on racketeering and drug charges. He was taken into custody after parents complained to police he told underage girls to say on camera that they were 18.

If convicted of all charges, producer Joe Francis could face 30 years in prison. The video series that Francis created has made millions by filming college-age women revealing their breasts at parties and spring break sites.

Appleman says he's leery of turning the tapes over to the defense because it would be illegal for him to give contraband to anyone. They show minor performing some sex acts.


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