A few days ago I reported on the lawsuit that was filed on behalf of Brooke Patsolic and Christina Brose, the two girls who were supposedly “enticed” onto a “Girls Gone Wild” bus after having been promised free t-shirts. According to the plaintiffs they were also promised that their freaky escapades wouldn‘t be made public. Apparently they’re now featured in two “Girls Gone Wild” videos.
Their lawyers argue that they were served alcohol, so even if consent was given it wasn’t legal. Moreover, the girls were supposedly under 21 when accepting the drinks. The camera crew maintains that they never serve alcohol to anyone on the bus and that they received permission to use the footage in their videos.
In my previous post I stated that this is a frivolous lawsuit. The girls should have known what they were getting into, and even if they were served alcohol, as minors they became criminals the moment they accepted it. Hopefully they and every potential “Girls Gone Wild” star is learning a lesson from this.
Apparently there’s great interest in what these girls look like. The e-mails have been pouring in and search engine results highlight the unusual fascination with the plaintiffs. Well, a trusted source came through and sent me a picture, so I decided to post it…for journalistic purposes, of course. Patsolic is on the left.
Sadly, it appears that there’s more interest in “Girls Gone Wild” than my exciting breakdown of Supreme Court decisions. So be it.