‘Girls Gone Wild’ Producer Sued Again

13 Mar

Girls Gone Wildvideo producer Mantra Films  is being sued after it allegedly stiffed its Oklahoma lawyer for over $300,000 in legal fees, according to a suit filed in Superior Court in Riverside County, Calif.


“Girls Gone Wild” founder and Mantra Films owner Joe Francis is not named as a party in the lawsuit.
Mantra allegedly refused to pay lawyer Brian Rayment of Kivell, Rayment and Francis because the law firm declined to take undisclosed actions with regard to a trust to which Francis was a beneficiary.
Mantra fraudulently induced the firm to represent it and never intended to pay for its services or out-of-pocket expenses, according to the complaint.
Rayment wants compensatory damages of $312,686.53 and punitive damages of not less than $625,000.

The video empire was also sued in 2010 by a video equipment rental company, CIT who alleged Mantra Films owed them $233,588 in over due bills….

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