Joe Francis


'Girls Gone Wild' Creator Joe Francis Claims Daughters Are Missing, Mom Charged

Girls Gone Wild creator Joe Francis claims that his two daughters are missing and that their mom has been charged in their disappearance. TMZ obtained legal documents in which Francis alleges that his children have not been seen for more than a week, and that their mother is facing kidnapping charges in Mexico. Francis owns a large home near Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, where his daughters were born in 2014.

'Girls Gone Wild' Founder Joe Francis Claims Daughters Are Missing

9:55 AM PT -- The lawyer for Abbey Wilson tells TMZ, his client is not missing, and says she has full, temporary custody of her children. The lawyer goes on to claim Joe has been physically and verbally abusive to Abbey and has not provided any financial support in more than a year. The lawyer says Abbey has not been charged with kidnapping.

Joe Francis claims ex Abbey Wilson kidnapped their daughters

Joe Francis is accusing ex-girlfriend Abbey Wilson of kidnapping their two young daughters in Mexico, according to a new report. The “Girls Gone Wild” founder, 48, told TMZ Wednesday that he was supposed to see his 7-year-old twins, Athena and Alexandria, on Christmas, but the girls and their mother have “fallen off the grid.”

Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis claims twin daughters missing, blames their mom: report

Joe Francis, the raunchy, controversial founder of Girls Gone Wild, says his 7-year-old twin girls missed a scheduled Christmas visit because of their mom. Francis, 48, claims his longtime partner, Abbey Wilson, has gone off the grid, possibly in Mexico, and is ignoring their court-mandated custody agreement, TMZ reported Wednesday. Wilson hasn’t even been living at her listed address for six ...