We've called Joe Francis of Girls Gone Wild fame "girl fighter extraordinaire" and noted his crowning a few years back as "Douche of the Decade."
And we never heard from him.
Like any good citizen of Hollywood, he wants us to use a better photo of him:
Normally we would fear being sued by the lawyer-wielding stud behind the Girls Gone Wild video juggernaut for calling him "girl fighter extraordinaire."
But in this case there doesn't seem to be any question about it. Joe Francis got down with a girl following a fender bender in Beverly Hills today ... More >>
We hear Shira Lazar knows Keyboard Cat personally.Today at 10 a.m. local media maven Shira Lazar will step in front of an HD camera in a swank new Hollywood studio and debut What's Trending, a live online show devoted to what's hot on the internet. We spend a lot of time online (you don't wan ... More >>
Marcia Parker, AOL Patch's West Coast editorial director.In the last few months AOL's "hyper-local" news sites called Patch have been hard to ignore. Not only have they moved into some of Los Angeles County's more-affluent communities, but they've been hiring journalists at a time when some o ... More >>
The computers of the California-based Gizmodo reporter who unveiled how a next-generation iPhone prototype was apparently left carelessly at a bar were seized over the weekend, the website reports.
The California's Rapid Enforcement Allied Computer Team served search warrants on Jason Chen's ... More >>
Joe Francis: Not douchey at all.Girls Gone Wild mogul and sometime Angeleno Joe Francis lashed out against the website Gawker and its owner Nick Denton for naming him "Douche of the Decade." In its post, Gawker called Francis a rapist and a "coked-out amoral direct-marketer."
In response, Ga ... More >>
Maybe it's because of the looming Memorial holiday, but social media was kind of dead this week. Seasoned party crashers ourselves, we decided to see what the real media kids were up to. It turns out like everyone else in America they too were having a BBQ... a WTFBBQ. Here are our findings, separa ... More >>
Just before New Year's, news came out from AlleyInsider and others about the imminent sale of Defamer, the online wagazine that touts itself as "The L.A. Gossip Rag." Defamer is among a clutch of Web titles, including Consumerist and Wonkette, that are up for sale or have been folded by Nick D ... More >>