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Things got a little too hot to handle for “Girls Gone Wild” creator Joe Francis in Punta Mita, Mexico, as his oceanside estate went up in flames Tuesday night.

“A tragic inferno struck @CasaAramara last night,” Francis, 48, wrote on Instagram alongside video of the resort’s main building ablaze. “Fortunately no one was injured. There were 20 guests staying on property at the time of the fire and 20 staff working. The most tragic part about the whole incident is it could’ve been avoided or minimalize dramatically.”

He went on to claim that the Punta Mita homeowner’s association refused to give firefighters access to his burning property “for three hours.” He further alleged that a neighbor told them to let the luxe home “burn as much as possible.”

Francis wrote that the “damage is extensive” as a result, but “the other four buildings” on the 4,000-square-foot property were “completely untouched” by the fire.

“The main structure should be fully repaired in the next 3 to 4 months,” he added. “Thank you for all of your thoughts and prayers!”


The ultra-luxe Casa Aramara has been a home away from home for celebrities like Jason Derulo, Diddy, Eva Longoria and the Kardashians.

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The ultra-luxe Casa Aramara has been a home away from home for celebrities like Jason Derulo, Diddy, Eva Longoria and the Kardashians.

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