LAPD Visits “Girls Gone Wild” Photoshoot

[CORRECTION]

While LAPD did conduct investigations at the “Girls Gone Wild” photoshoot, at no time was any person arrested or detained at the Vulcan Drive home.

A “Girls Gone Wild” photoshoot, in a Hollywood Hills home, came to an abrupt end Wednesday after police arrived to conduct a “film permit investigation.”

According to latimes.com, a man, whose identity has not been disclosed, is renting the Vulcan Drive home and allowing companies to film on the property. The only problem is he does not have a permit to do so and neighbors are starting to complain.

A “Girls Gone Wild” producer was arrested during the raid on, what KTLA.com said to be, a misdemeanor charge “of commercial filming without a permit.” He was later released at the scene, the news site reported.

Joe Francis, founder of GGW Brands, was reportedly not at the scene.

“A GGW rep says they have about a dozen staffers — including requisite girls in bikinis — at the home shooting their ‘Search for the Hottest Girl in America. The rep claims LAPD entered the private residence without a proper warrant or probable cause,” TMZ.com said.

The celebrity news site also reported that LAPD officers have made several stops to the Hollywood Hills home within the last year. Apparently, GGW is not the only company filming at the Vulcan Drive home.