"Girls Gone Wild" founder Joe Francis surrenders to LAPD
(CBS) - "Girls Gone Wild" founder Joe Francis surrendered to Los Angeles police Monday night in connection with a false imprisonment warrant.
According to TMZ, three women are claiming they met Francis at a nightclub and he offered to drive them to their car. Instead, they say the franchise founder took them to his mansion although they told him they did not want to go there.
The entertainment site reports that Joe was investigated after he allegedly pushed one of the women to the ground during an altercation at his home.
Francis claims he did not touch any of the women that night, reports TMZ.
Francis was reportedly released on $50,000 bail.
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