Joe Francis denies ex Abbey Wilsons cocaine and meth allegations

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Joe Francis is ready to put his ex behind him and clear his name.

The “Girls Gone Wild” founder, 48, denied his former girlfriend Abbey Wilson’s allegations that he did drugs and was abusive during their nearly 12-year relationship, which ended in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

“My ex-girlfriend just keeps making up things and lying and lying and lying,” Francis exclusively told Page Six. “I have to defend myself and publicly separate myself with her now.”

The Casa Aramara owner decided to speak out after Wilson, 33, claimed in court documents obtained by The Sun on Thursday that he had “started using drugs including methamphetamines, cocaine and painkillers” in 2017, which she alleged led to violent behavior — at times toward the former couple’s 6-year-old twins, Alexandria Claire and Athena Olivia.

Wilson claimed that Francis would “scream at his daughters, he would insult them, he would reject them, he would make fun of their intelligence and he would call them stupid,” per the documents.

“During their therapy session, he told Abbey in front of the therapist that she should do him, the world and their daughters a favor and go home and kill herself,” the court filing further alleged. “Joseph’s behavior continued to become more violent, and he never left his addiction to drugs.”

Wilson currently has a protective order against Francis that prohibits him from communicating or going near her or their girls.

While the entrepreneur remained mum about the specifics of his breakup from the model out of respect for Alexandria and Athena, he alleged to us — and on Instagram — that she stole money from him last year without offering any evidence.

Francis previously made headlines for being arrested in August 2020 and spending 73 days in a Mexican prison for allegedly assaulting Wilson.

Wilson’s last known rep did not immediately get back to us.

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