Girls Gone Wild CEO Joe Francis' Mexican mansion Casa Aramara 'burns down' after his arrest on domestic violence charges

GIRLS Gone Wild creator Joe Francis’ Mexico mansion caught on fire on Tuesday, burning down the entirety of the estate’s main house.

The 48-year-old, who was recently arrested on domestic violence charges, was not in the area at the time of the fire, according to TMZ.

Joe’s home in Punta Mita is an exclusive private property that often caters to the rich and famous as a luxury destination in Mexico. 

There were reportedly 20 people renting out the mansion at the time of the fire, as well as another 20 people working as staff members at the estate.

All of the guests have since relocated to a hotel.

Many celebrities have stayed at the beachfront estate, named Casa Aramara, over the years, including Joe’s ex friends the Kardashians, Eva Longoria, Selena Gomez, and more.


The cause of the fire has not yet been revealed, but the blaze resulted in major damage to the estate.

While the three smaller homes on the property are still standing, the main house has completely burned down.

Though Joe was not there when the fire occurred, he’s reportedly on his way to see what damage has been done.

The 48-year-old first became famous for creating the Girls Gone Wild franchise.

He moved to Mexico following a bankruptcy case and trouble with the IRS in 2013.  

Earlier this month, The Sun revealed he was arrested and accused of grabbing a woman by the neck and spitting in her face to give her Covid.

According to Mexican court documents obtained by The Sun, the Girls Gone Wild founder was charged with domestic violence and intentional injury after an incident at his Punta Mita home on August 1, 2020.  

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