'Girls Gone Wild' Trustee Wants Subsidiary In Bankruptcy

By David McAfee (May 9, 2013, 9:29 PM EDT) -- The Chapter 11 trustee for "Girls Gone Wild" filed a motion in California bankruptcy court Thursday seeking permission to declare bankruptcy for subsidiary GGW Marketing, just one day after Neilson accused GGW founder Joe Francis of offshore intellectual property fraud.

Trustee R. Todd Neilson filed an emergency motion requesting access to GGW's computer files Wednesday, saying Francis had fraudulently transferred the bankrupt company's trademarks to an offshore company he owns. Neilson said he needed to review emails stored on computers and servers in the GGW offices immediately because the offshore company claims GGW's license to use the trademarks expires May 31....

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