Joe Francis Kicks Steve Wynn’s Ass In Las Vegas Court

Joe Francis Kicks Steve Wynn's Ass In Las Vegas CourtJoe beat the house and walked away with a decisive victory in a courtroom battle with Las Vegas casino owner Steve Wynn, who had accused Joe of failing to pay a non-existent gambling debt back in 2007. News of Joe’s impressive triumph made headlines across the country. Wynn reportedly pressured the Las Vegas District Attorney’s office to file criminal charges against Joe in what amounted to a civil dispute over a bogus gambling debt that Joe has denied owing from the beginning. Joe was exonerated of all charges when District Court Judge Linda Bell agreed with Joe and threw the case out of court after finding absolutely no evidence of wrongdoing on Francis’s part. “I have maintained my innocence in this matter from the start,” Joe said. But he’s not letting Wynn off easily. “I think it was disgusting that Wynn attempted to manipulate banking records to try to make this a criminal case. I will do everything possible to make sure justice is served in this matter and that I am compensated for the damage that these false charges have caused to my reputation.”

Joe Francis Represents Himself, Triumphs in Federal Court - Joe Represents Himself, Triumphs in Federal CourtAfter eight days of trial in a federal courtroom that saw tears, fireworks and a compelling performance in which he initially served as his own lawyer, Joe won a resounding victory against four women who had sued him for millions of dollars for damages they claimed to have suffered after appearing in a Girls Gone Wild video. The girls, all of whom lied about their ages in order to participate in the filming, blamed Joe and Girls Gone Wild for every bad thing that happened to them in the eight years since the brief filming took place. In carefully rehearsed performances, the girls cried on the witness stand as they admitted to dropping out of school, using drugs, losing jobs and becoming involved with abusive boyfriends – all, they said, as a result of being on Girls Gone Wild. But Joe, acting as his own attorney, skillfully took the girls’ cases apart. After eight days of trial, the jury awarding the plaintiffs exactly nothing, and Joe won the case, making national headlines. “We have never lost a jury trial,” Joe said, “And we never will.”

Apology Accepted - Apology AcceptedFormer reality TV personality Brody Jenner publicly apologized to Joe Francis for his involvement in false news reports that Joe had attacked Jenner’s then-girlfriend in a Los Angeles nightclub in 2009. In a message to Joe, Jenner wrote, “I would like to acknowledge for the record that the media reports that you beat up Jayde Nicole at the Guys & Dolls nightclub in August 2009 were completely inaccurate. The entire incident was an unfortunate misunderstanding and I am sorry for the whole thing.” Jenner didn’t stop there. He went on to write, “I have always known you to be a gentleman and I’m very sorry that you were wrongly accused that night.” When asked if he accepted Jenner’s apology, Joe said, “I’m glad he admitted his mistake. Anyone who knows me knows I would never act disrespectfully towards women, and this guy’s accusations were very hurtful. I’m happy to put the whole incident behind me.”