Friday, July 2, 2010

Girl gone wild

Posted By on Fri, Jul 2, 2010 at 11:53 AM

Christina McLarty
  • Christina McLarty
Just in, courtesy of the New York Post:

Lady-loving "Girls Gone Wild" tycoon Joe Francis — who never met a teenage beauty he didn't want to get naked — is getting hitched.

Francis, 37, proposed to Los Angeles' CBS News Entertainment Reporter Christina McLarty — niece of Mack McLarty, former White House chief of staff to Bill Clinton — while vacationing in St. Tropez


McLarty spent some time at KATV back in the day.

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