April 23, 2014

Nude Uncensored Reality show by “Girls Gone Wild” creator gets the green light

HollywoodNews.com: The “Girls Gone Wild” franchise was started by Joe Francis and have created some controversy over the years. While most of the programming is available for purchase, many of the videos feature young attractive girls exposing their bodies for the camera. There have been many lawsuits against the company, with the latest in 2008 where 17-year-old Ashley Dupre filed a civil suit claiming of unjust enrichment under the false advertising section of the Lanham Act. The suit was later dropped, but the legacy of the “Girls Gone Wild” brand still lives on.

Now Francis has been given the green light to go ahead with a new reality series that will feature uncensored nudity, reports Fox News. The new show entitled, “Search for the Hottest Girl in America,” will follow girls in a variety of locations trying to win the title. It will air on Mark Cuban’s HDNet channel at the 1 a.m. ET time slot in a 12-part “un-rated” series.

While the new show isn’t being marketed as “adult-themed,” you can bet that there are going to be some very unhappy parents who find their children glued to this new footage.

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