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Bad Check Unit Going After Joe Francis

Las Vegas- Joe Francis, founder of the video company “Girls Gone Wild,” is back in trouble with the law.

At the request of Wynn Las Vegas, the district attorney’s bad check unit has opened a criminal investigation of Francis in an effort to recover $2 million in gambling debts.

Chief Deputy District Attorney Bernie Zadrowski, who runs the bad check unit, says Francis will be given an opportunity to pay back the money before an arrest warrant is issued.

Wynn Las Vegas filed a lawsuit against Francis in District Court on June 27, alleging he has paid back only $800,000 of the $2.8 million in gambling markers extended to him at the Strip resort in February 2007.

Francis also faces tax evasion charges in Reno.

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