'Girls Gone Wild' Employee Sues the Boss

Girls Gone Wild
Girls Gone Wild

Some guys would pay to spend long hours watching "Girls Gone Wild" footage, trying to decide what's biggest, baddest and hottest. But a former film editor for the series has filed a class action suit against founder Joe Francis, Manta Films Inc. and a few others, claiming that he was wrongly classified and therefore didn't get paid enough.

The suit says that Philip Anagnos was hired as an independent contractor for a flat rate of $170 per day, regardless of the amount of hours he spent. He claimed those hours were "very, very long," according to Media Bistro. And although he signed a contract stating he had been paid in full, he wants more compensation for the time he spent going over the fleshy clips and picking the standouts.