'Girls Gone Wild' Trustee Accuses Atty Of Fraudulent Transfers

Law360, Los Angeles (January 22, 2015, 5:13 PM EST) -- The bankruptcy trustee for the company behind the "Girls Gone Wild" adult video series launched an adversary proceeding Wednesday in California bankruptcy court against the company's former counsel, alleging that more than $900,000 billed for legal services solely benefited founder Joe Francis.

GGW Marketing LLC Trustee R. Todd Neilson said Aaron D. Aftergood provided legal services that only benefited Francis, who was not employed by the company in any way, and breached his legal and ethical duties by representing Francis and entities related to him, which conflicted with the interests of the debtors.

Neilson contends Aftergood defended Francis on several personal...

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