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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Club Insider Saw Joe Francis Hit Jayde Nicole

Aug. 28 2009, Published 11:57 a.m. ET

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Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis could be banned from celebrity hotspot Guys And Dolls after he allegedly beat up Brody Jenner’s Playboy Playmate girlfriend Jayde Nicole, has confirmed.

Read an eyewitness account of the incident here

“I witnessed the whole incident and I can confirm that it did take place," A Guys And Dolls insider told “Joe Francis will probably not be allowed in here again but I can’t comment on anybody else involved.”

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Eyewitnesses at the club claim that Francis went berserk and punched the model in the face, kicking her after she reportedly threw a drink on him because he was pestering one of her female friends.

Jenner then tried to intervene but the club’s security ejected both men from the club and the altercation carried-on outside.

On Friday, Francis did not show-up at the Santa Monica office of his company Mantra Films. The incident occured in the early morning hours.

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An assistant at the office told “We don’t know if Joe will be in today but we have been inundated with calls and have been told not to comment to the media.”

The controversial entrepreneur from Laguna Beach, California, has faced a slew of complaints from women for "inappropriate and aggressive" behavior in the past but this is the most public incident to date. He is also embroiled in a complicated multi-million dollar tax evasion case with the IRS which could end-up in him receiving a ten year jail sentence.



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