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‘Girls Gone Wild Doggystyle’ Lawsuit Settled

Two women who filed a lawsuit against Snoop Dogg after being featured on the front cover of “Girls Gone Wild Doggy Style” have settled out of court.

Terms of the settlement were not immediately available and under the terms of the deal, attorneys were not available to comment.

The two women claimed that Joseph Francis, owner of Mantra Films which distributed the Snoop episode along with other popular “Girls Gone Wild Series,” broke a promise that he would not use the picture with the video.

The document was filed in connection with a criminal investigation of Francis, who faced charges that he and employee’s knowingly videotaped underage girls naked, provided cocaine and promoted prostitution while filming for various “Girls Gone Wild” episodes.

The lawsuit said that Francis capitalized on Snoop Dogg’s “notoriety and his financial success” and frequently referred to the rapper as a “b**ch magnet.”

In court proceedings, Snoop said that the women voluntarily exposed themselves and “voluntarily consumed alcohol and other intoxicants” during the filming.

A few months after the lawsuits were filed against Francis, Snoop said that he was distancing himself from Mantra and the “Girls Gone Wild Doggystyle” series.

“If you notice, there hasn’t been no girls of [color] at all on none of those tapes,” Snoop Dogg complained to the Associated Press. “No black girls, no Spanish girls–all white girls, and that [stuff] ain’t cool, because white girls ain’t the only hoes that get wild.”

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