Relationships Gone Wild! Joe Francis & Long Suffering Girlfriend Next Up To Risk Couples Therapy Curse

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Joe Francis and Abbey Wilson, are next up to sit on Dr. Jenn Berman’s couch and risk the Couples Therapy curse, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.

The controversial Girls Gone Wild founder and his long suffering girlfriend have already started filming season three of the hit reality show, following hot on the heels of last season’s therapy seekers Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchison, Nik Richie  and Shayne Lamas, JoJo and Tiny,  Alex McCord and Simon van Kempen and  Todd “Too Short” Shaw and Monica Payne.

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Francis and Wilson — who have had a highly charged on-off-on relationship since they started dating after the model appeared in Girls Gone Wild 2009 — will be joined on the show by rapper ChingyFlavor Flav and their respective partners.

Here’s hoping they fare better than the past stars! As RadarOnline.com previously reported, all five couples who participated in the first season have since split!

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Bachelor Pad alums Vienna Girardi and Kasey Kahl had moved in together and were hoping to marry before they went into therapy, but now they are not even speaking.

Other blossoming romances suffered similar fates, with Jersey Shore’s Angelina Pivarnick discovering that her bad boy lover Chris Nirschel was a “liar and a cheater,” she claimed. “He’s a manipulative womanizer, and the show’s doctors couldn’t change that.”

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And, rapper DMX and wife Tashera Simmon, Linda Hogan and boy toy Charlie Hill, and Amazing Race champ Reichen Lehmkuhl and boyfriend Rodiney Santiag all split too!

Meanwhile, season two’s couples have been struggling as well — as Radar exclusively reported, JoJo and Tiny have already parted ways and Nik Richie and Shayne Lamas are currently estranged and living apart.

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