GIRLS GONE WILD creator JOE FRANCIS is set to use Jack Nicholson, Jennifer Aniston and Orlando Bloom in his upcoming court case - in a bid to prove his home was a hangout for celebrities.
The sex films boss is facing a trial in October (09) over allegations of tax evasion, centred on claims he filtered profits through offshore companies and deducted millions in expenses.
But Francis is fighting the case - and will bring a touch of celebrity glamour to the trial by insisting his home in Mexico was an investment property leased to famous clients, according to MSNBC's The Scoop.
Francis will tell the court stars including Nicholson, Aniston, and Vince Vaughn have leased the property in the past - so it qualifies for tax deductions.
If found guilty, the movie boss faces up to ten years in jail.